TRAM ACCESSIBILITY FORUM RESCHEDULED!
                                                       TUESDAY, 29 MARCH 2011

                                              Sofitel Melbourne, 25 Collins Street

                             The Department of Transport invites you to a forum to discuss
                                      the future of tram accessibility in Victoria.

To address accessibility issues across the tram network, the new State Government is exploring
initiatives and directions to improve accessibility for all Victorians.

The Tram Accessibility Forum will be an opportunity to hear from the Hon Terry Mulder,
Minister for Public Transport, and Department of Transport representatives about these new
initiatives and directions.

Forum details:
Date:                       Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Time:                       10.00am – 1.00pm (registration commences at 9.00am)

Location:                   Fitzroy Ballroom, Sofitel Melbourne, 25 Collins St, Melbourne

Getting there: The Sofitel is located approximately 50 metres from Parliament Station and
               tram stop 8 on Collins Street (109 tram route) is nearby.

A light lunch will be provided at the conclusion of the Forum. Auslan interpreters will be
present. Please advise if you require other communication assistance.

If you would like to attend or to find out more, please call our event facilitators from the
Agenda Group (Sally Abbott) on 9285 9004 or email Please let
Sally know if you have any specific access or dietary requirements.

Please note: Places are limited, so please RSVP early. Organisations may be asked to limit their
attendance to one person.
Privacy Statement

The Agenda Group and the Department of Transport takes privacy seriously and understands that your name and contact details are personal information
consistent with the Information Privacy Act 2000. The Agenda Group and the Department of Transport are collecting your personal information for the purposes of
registering you as a participant at the Tram Accessibility Forum. The Agenda Group and the Department of Transport may also use your personal information to
identify you in publications as having participated during the Tram Accessibility Forum and to prepare submissions and reports to the Victoria Government and
other organisations in relation to matters concerning accessibility of public transport services. It may also disclose information collected to other departments and
government agencies in relation to Victorian Government accessibility initiatives. Please inform the facilitator on the day if you wish to remain anonymous, or if you
do not want your name or comments to be published for these purposes.

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