Regulation of the short-stay accommodation sector should be driven by the needs of Tasmanians, not of corporations, with particular focus on rental availability and affordability for low-income Tasmanians.
More data is required before a conclusion can be drawn as to whether existing systems should be retained and expanded or whether NDIS should cover supported school transport.
Integrated ticketing will address a significant barrier particularly for rural Tasmanians who need to switch between private and Metro buses.
All Tasmanians can get to work, training, education, services, volunteering, social and recreational activities.
- Transport Telco
May 17, 2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
What is your vision for public transport in Hobart? The City of Hobart has started to develop a Transport Strategy to plan for Hobart’s future transport needs.
Getting Where You Need To Go involves one-to-one conversations, public forums, and the opportunity to be part of a Transport Action Team.