About us

About Us

ACTA is made up of a dedicated committee of experienced managers and leaders from across the nation, working together to help the community transport sector.

The Australian Community Transport Association (ACTA) was founded in February 2011 comprising representatives from QLD, NSW & Victoria with a view to providing a national voice for community transport sector on a national level.

In 2015, ACTA produced two significant reports – National Fees Policy and Sustainable National Funding Model which were used to develop relationships and partnerships with Government.

Since this time, ACTA has been working consistently to improve community transport services for the nation.

We ask that you contact ACTA with feedback about the sector info@communitytransport.net.au

ACTA’s purpose:

  • Provide a forum for the State Associations and the State Representatives to meet and to discuss matters of mutual interest;
  • Represent Community Transport providers within Australia;
  • Make representations to Government, Non-Government and the private sector on behalf of its membership;
  • Provide information and support to its community transport providers in Australia;
  • Develop policy and standards that promote best practice in community transport organisations;
  • Promote Community Transport issues within throughout Australia
  • Build a strong membership base to generate income and political influence.

VICTORIA COMMUNITY TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION

Supporting community transport in Victoria and Tasmania.
VCTA WEBSITE

COMMUNITY TRANSPORT ORGANISATION

Supporting community transport in NSW
CTO WEBSITE

COMMUNITY TRANSPORT SERVICES TASMANIA

Supporting community transport in Tasmania.
CTST WEBSITE

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITY TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION

Supporting community transport in South Australia & Northern Territory
SACTA WEBSITE

BOARD MEMBERS

ACTA's Governance consists of experienced community transport sector leaders and high-level management. Working together to embrace all issues within the industry, problem-solving to bring out the best outcomes for the sustainability of the sector.

Lyndon Stevenson

Chair

Lyndon is the CEO of Community Transport Services Tasmania Inc (CTST). CTST has a proud history of delivering community transport services across Tasmania, and more recently has diversified its services to encompass regional public transport; directly assisting people to access the labour market and the greater community under the brand of Area Connect.

CTST manages a fleet of 80+ vehicles, employs over 40 staff, and has a pool of around 450 volunteers.  The service is delivered across Tasmania.

Lyndon has extensive experience in the community services industry and has held several senior management and senior executive positions within the youth, employment and training sectors. Prior to his appointment as CEO with CTST in 2015, Lyndon held the position of Chief Operating Officer / Deputy CEO of a large youth charity covering Victoria, Tasmania, Western Australia, South Australia and New South Wales.

Craig Frost

Secretary

Jim Golden-Brown

Committee Member

Rick Lawford

Treasurer

Initially specializing in finance and business advisory services within a chartered accountancy practice, Rick has been a CEO within the community services sector for over 20 years. By developing sustainable commercial relationships with business partners, he has secured major achievements in the development of large social enterprises within a range of commercial and industrial sectors.

Julie Mason

Director

Julie Mason has been the Regional Manager of Yorke Peninsula Community Transport (YPCT) for the last 15 years. YPCT is located in regional South Australia and manages 170 volunteers, providing a series of transport options including contracted bus services with the Dept of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure.  Her background is in management, with a strong focus on community capacity building.

Jo Cochrane

Director

Rob Lake

Director

Terry O'Toole

Deputy Chair

Terry brings over 20 year’s experience in leading and managing customer-focused teams to his current position as CEO at TransitCare in Queensland. His  working career has been mostly spent in operational roles and in senior management roles, rebuilding a vast array of different organisations.

Harry Harun

Director

Harry has worked and lived in the Aboriginal community of South Australia for over 30 years.

Harry is the former Chairperson of Aboriginal Community Services (ACS), and has recently taken on the role as the Community Development and Engagement Manager for ACS. Harry was the former  Treasurer of the Aboriginal Prisoner Offender Support Service in SA for 20 years. Recently, he had become a board member of Baptist Care SA and part of an Advisory Council on NDIS for Baptist Care SA.

He has a post-graduate degree in Health and is currently working on his Masters of Aboriginal Health.

With Harry’s vast experience and knowledge on national and state boards, he brings this wealth of experience and knowledge to ACTA.

Graham Mckerchar

Committee Member

Membership Model

Uniting all stakeholders for the sustainability of the community transport sector.

Australian Community Transport Association

PEAK OF PEAKS

State Community Transport Peaks

ACTA MEMBERS
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State Community Transport Providers

MEMBERS OF STATE PEAKS

Associate Members

OTHER NATIONAL PEAKS
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