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WHO WE ARE

The Australian Community Transport Organisation is the national peak body for the community transport sector.

WHAT WE DO

We work together as a peak body for the benefit of community transport services across Australia.

OUR PEOPLE

Our people are made up of delegates from across the nation, working together for a common goal.

OUR PURPOSE

To lobby Government, working with the community transport sector to help community.

Our vision

to advocate for a self-sustaining community transport sector which allows access and participation for all people in Australia.

Our mission

to shape our industry with influence, partnerships, communications and leadership.

OUR VALUES

INTEGRITY

We apply the highest ethical standards and transparency in all of our work.

COOPERATION

We work together as a cohesive force for the greater good of Australian Community Transport.

INDEPENDENCE

We strive for independence for ourselves and for Community Transport providers and users.

SUSTAINABILITY

We look to ensure the stability and growth of our organisation and our industry.

ACHIEVEMENT

We aim for success and to produce real and beneficial results.

LEADERSHIP

We lead Australian Community Transport and the shape policy and outcomes for our sector.

Our members, our supporters, our allegiance

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WORKING TOGETHER FOR COMMUNITY TRANSPORT

Together we can influence State and Federal Government for industry and organisational sustainability, growth, innovation and funding.

NEWS

Tell us your community transport story!

Across Australia, there are many community transport service providers who everyday, go to great lengths...Read More
May 22, 2018

November Meeting News

The November ACTA meeting was held in beautiful Tasmania and I would like to thank...Read More
November 15, 2017

Budget Response

The Australian Community Transport Association (ACTA) has welcomed the 2017 Budget announcement of a two-year...Read More
May 10, 2017

Community Transport in 2030

As community transport providers we must ask the question ‘What will transportation look like in...Read More
February 23, 2017
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