The Transport Access Project (TAP) is working in Brisbane suburbs North of the Brisbane River to inform and create new choices for people who have no or limited access to safe, affordable and assisted transport.
Transport Access Project
We provide a pre-booked door to door shared transport service for the transport disadvantaged, frail aged and younger disabled people and their carers who live in the Logan & Brisbane South areas.
The Council Cab service organises shared taxis, at scheduled times, for residents who find it difficult to get to their local shops.
The Gold Coast City Council Cab assists older people and those with disability with travel to their local shopping centre.
Logan City Council is trialling a new community scheme to provide greater independence for local aged pensioners. The new Council Cab service enables you (and your carer) to travel from home to your nearest major shopping centre, for only $2 per person each way.
To book a Logan Council Cab call Yellow Cabs on 13 62 94 before midday on the day before you want to use the service (or as far in advance as you like) and ask for a Logan Council Cab.
The Sunshine Coast Council Cab assists older people and those with disability with travel to their local shopping centre.
At the Department of Transport and Main Roads, we are making a complex, dynamic and challenging transport environment safer, easier to negotiate, more environmentally friendly and more cost effective for people and goods moving across town, intrastate, interstate and overseas.
The Patient Travel Subsidy Scheme (PTSS) provides assistance to patients and in some cases their carers to enable them to access specialist medical services from which they are isolated.
General Information about Queensland Rail
The taxi subsidy scheme is one of our initiatives, which aims to improve the mobility of persons with severe disabilities. The scheme is funded and administered by Queensland Transport.
TransLink is the single point of contact for information about bus, train and ferry services in South East Queensland?that is, from Gympie North/Noosa to Coolangatta and west to Helidon.
Eligible seniors, pensioners and students are entitled to travel on a concession fare. You must have a valid concession card on you at all times. For information about concession fares or to plan your journey, visit the TransLink website or call 13 12 30, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.