A Good Practice Transport Guide for Young People in Rural Areas
The inability of young people to access safe, appropriate, reliable and cost-effective transport has been regularly highlighted as a barrier for young people in accessing training and employment opportunities throughout Australia. This resource from the Community Transport Association in the UK may assist communities worldwide wishing to rectify this problem and also provides contacts with people who have/are successfully tackling this issue.
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