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Time to respond: Realising equality for people with a disability utilising taxi services – Nov 2007

This report summarises research into the rights of people with disability to equality in their access to taxi services in Victoria. It identifies aspects of the provision of taxi services that may discriminate against people with disability, and the need for reasonable adjustments to be made. A follow-up report, Time to respond: three years on, was released in October 2010.

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