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Project Item

06/12/2007 Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport, Australia, 2002 (amended 2005)

The Australian Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport provide practical measures to be taken by transport operators and providers to make public transport more accessible, both for persons with disabilities, as well as the elderly and those travelling with young children. 0 comments

06/12/2007 ATT : Access to Travel website

The Access to Travel (ATT) Website contains information on accessible bus, train, plane and ferry transportation, on government policies and programs and on public and private local transportation, as well as links to other accessible transportation sites. This project is an initiative of the Canadian Federal Government, managed by Transport Canada, the Federal Transport Ministry. 0 comments

05/12/2007 The Canadian Transportation Agency

The Canadian Transportation Agency's mission is to administer transportation legislation and Government of Canada policies to help achieve an efficient and accessible transportation system by education, consultation and essential regulation. 0 comments

05/12/2007 Tourism for All - Manabi-tai

The objective of the project is to create a social environment in which everyone, including those with restricted physical ability, can travel comfortably without having to worry about inaccessibility. 0 comments

ENAT Library Item

04/12/2007 Accessibility Guidelines for Small Aircraft. Services for persons with disabilities on aircraft with 29 and fewer passenger seats.

These Guidelines, developed in cooperation with representatives of the industry, consumers and other government departments, are meant to assist carriers to better serve the needs of persons with disabilities travelling on aircraft with 29 and fewer passenger seats (small aircraft).  

04/12/2007 Access to air travel for disabled people : Code of practice.

The purpose of this Code of Practice is to improve the accessibility of air travel to disabled people in the United Kingdom.  

04/12/2007 Access to air travel for disabled people : 2005. Monitoring study.

Findings of a study by TRL (Transport Research Laboratory) to assess UK aviation industry's compliance with the voluntary Code of Practice 'Access to Air Travel for Disabled People'.  

04/12/2007 Access to air travel : Guidance for disabled and less mobile passengers.

"The Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC) have produced this simple guide to help make flying an easier and more positive experience."  

01/11/2007 Concerning the rights of disabled persons and persons with restricted mobility when travelling by air

Industry guidance document related to the EC Regulation 1107/2006, published by the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority.  

30/10/2007 EC Regulation on Access to Air Transport for People with Reduced Mobility

EC Regulation 1107 of 5 July 2006 specifies the conditions which operators in EU countries must meet for ensuring access to air travel by people with reduced mobility.  

30/10/2007 Guide for Passenger Terminal Accessibility

Guidelines by the Canadian Transportation Agency to help air, rail and ferry terminal operators implement the provisions of the Canadian Code of Practice on Passenger Terminal Accessibility, to make their operations more accessible for persons with disabilities.  

News Item

28/11/2007 Accessible Tourism is Big Money

At a congress held last week by the European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT), over 200 representatives from international disability organisations, tourist boards and private enterprise came to the overwhelming conclusion that accessible tourism is the fastest-growing business opportunity in the tourism industry. 0 comments

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