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Smart Access collects data on over 35 accessibility features identified through consultation with the disabled community, including kerb ramps, toilets, tactile paving, footpath gradient, street furniture, bus stops etc. Users can choose to see only the accessibility features that affect their travel, so they can effectively plan the best travel route that meets their specific needs.

Without data on where accessibility features are and are not present, decision-makers are not equipped with all of the tools they need to best prioritise infrastructure upgrades and manage assets. 

Unlike past audits that have been limited and have not been easily accessible to the general public, Smart Access collects extensive data, with all information easy and free for the public to access with the Smart Access application.