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Disability Discrimination Act

At Lockelec Rolling Stock, we believe that everyone deserves equal access to public transport for work, visiting family and friends, and accessing other essential services.

Unfortunately, around 1 in 6 people aged 15 and above have either a physical or non-physical disability, making it challenging to use public transport. This inequitable situation leads to discrimination.

The Disability Discrimination Act 1992 aims to eliminate discrimination against people with disabilities. Lockelec Rolling Stock range is compliant to the Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2002, which was created to support the act.

To combat with accessibility issues, we provide a wide range of light-weight ramps and disability lifts, making our public transport networks more accessible for everyone.

DDA Compliant ramps and
Access lifts 

Portable Access Ramp
Portable ramp
Disability Access lift
Lightweight wheelchair ramp and box station
Enclosure for ramp access train
Disability semi-auto ramp
Semi-automatic ramp
Lightweight access ramp
Light-weight wheelchair ramp

Our designs are proudly manufactured in Australia, providing unassisted access to public transport across the country.

We design our products in accordance with the Australian Standards, including

AS 1428 – 1992, and AS 3856.1.

For over a decade, we have been making our public trains, trams, buses, and station platforms more accessible with portable ramps, semi-automatic ramps, and automatic lift platforms.

Lockelec Rolling Stock aims to continue to be Australia's leading Rolling Stock disability access supplier, supporting local jobs and local manufacturing.

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