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Social Inclusion 

 

BIC Research

 

Warrnambool Study - Regional Transport Services Warrnambool Study - Regional Transport Services (659 KB)


In 2004 the Bus Association of Victoria conducted a comprehensive study in the Warrnambool region which sought to understand the links public transport service provision, social exclusion and personal wellbeing.
 

Stanley Social Inclusion Submission Dubai Stanley Social Inclusion Submission Dubai (203 KB)

Mobility, Social Exclusion and Wellbeing. A submission to the 59th UITP World Congress from Professor John Stanley, BIC Research Fellow at the University of Sydney.

Accessibility Planning in Regional Australia Accessibility Planning in Regional Australia (527 KB)


Accessibility Planning in Regional Australia. A discussion paper from Professor John Stanley, BIC Research Fellow at he University of Sydney.
 

Moving People Full Report Moving People Full Report (3012 KB)

 Moving People: Solutions for a Growing Australia presents a Moving People Strategy developed by the BIC in conjunction with the Australasian Railways Association and International Association for Public Transport, Australia and New Zealand.

 

Industry Related Research

Compendium of Social Inclusion Indicators Compendium of Social Inclusion Indicators (2695 KB)


A compendium of social inclusion indicators from the Commonwealth Government.
 

COTA Social Inclusion COTA Social Inclusion (2202 KB)

A report into social inclusion issues for older people in Tasmania from COTA Tasmania.
 

Transport Disadvantage and Social Status Transport Disadvantage and Social Status (1184 KB)

Transport Disadvantage and Social Status. A research paper from Jago Dodson, Brendan Gleeson and Neil Sipe at Griffith University.
 

Transport to Arts and Cultural Activities - Social Inclusion Transport to Arts and Cultural Activities - Social Inclusion (237 KB)

Transport to Arts and Cultural Activities as a Factor in Social Inclusion. A research paper from Victoria Johnson, Dr Janet Stanley and Profrssor Graham Currie at Monash University.
 

Outcomes of Age Friendly Changes Outcomes of Age Friendly Changes (121 KB)

Outcomes of Age Friendly Changes to Bus Systems: An Australian Case Study. A paper delivered to the 12th International Conference on Mobility and Transport for  Elderly and Disabled Persons.

 

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