Tuesday, October 12, 2010

'Bus Manners' Survey in Liverpool

Liverpool Transport Taskforce is a community advocacy group working to improve public transport for people in Liverpool, NSW. In October 2010 we surveyed people about what manners are good to use on the bus.

With the roll-out of the new low-floor buses in New South Wales there is better access to the buses for people in wheelchairs, people with babies and prams and older people or people with mobility difficulties. But who gets priority in the wide space at the front of the buses, and how is it decided when you are on the bus? Do people usually move for people who need that space or is it a battle to be able to access the bus? Read the report attached here and watch our youtube video of the survey.

Read a report from the survey: Click here

1 comment:

  1. Hi there,

    There doesn't seem to be a link to the video.


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