We have designed the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure website to ensure its content is able to be accessed by the widest possible audience.

If you have issues or suggestions on how we can improve the accessibility of this website, please contact us by email.

Information on this page

Accessibility features

Accessibility features on the site include:

  • use of alternative text on all content images
  • limiting the use of new browser windows
  • use of introductions and/or meaningful titles for tables
  • use of properly marked up bulleted and numbered lists
  • limited use of tables for layout

PDF files

Some documents on this site are presented as PDF (Portable Document Format) files. To view them you will need to install a PDF viewer program.

get acrobat readerVisit the Adobe website to download the free Adobe Reader from the Adobe website or talk to your IT service provider for assistance with this or other software options.

The Adobe Accessibility Resource Center provides tools and information to help make Adobe PDF files accessible to users with visual disabilities. It contains accessibility tools which convert Adobe PDF documents into HTML or plain text which can then be read by a common screen reading programs. All links opening PDF files are clearly identified.

If you can not access PDFs, please contact us for access to an alternative version of the information.

Multimedia files

Multimedia content, such as videos, animations and audio files, is supported by transcripts or text equivalents.

Other file types

In some cases we use Microsoft Office Word or Excel as an alternative to PDF files. These can be opened with most word processing software.

We limit the use of other file types. We will only use other software, such as Microsoft Office, where content is aimed at a particular audience that we reasonably expect would have the software to access them.

It is possible to download free viewers from the Microsoft Office Downloads website for:

Page last reviewed on 7 October 2014

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