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Melbourne's trams have 'likely' breached laws by failing to meet access targets for people living with disabilities, report finds

SBS Thursday, 15 October 2020
A report says Victoria's transport department has likely breached discrimination laws by failing to provide adequate tram access for people with disabilities.
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