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Please view the Monash Transport Map or Public Transport Victoria's information on accessibility to be able to get around Victoria easier.
The Multi Purpose Taxi Program assists with the travel needs of people with severe and permanent disabilities by offering subsidised taxi fares to members.
Find parking bays at the Civic Centre and in Glen Waverley via this map:
Map of carparks Glen Waverley (pdf, 207KB)
If you require a disability parking permit then Monash can grant you one after filling out the correct form below:
Disabled Parking Permit - Conditions of Use (pdf, 1MB)
Disabled Parking Permit - Application for an Individual (pdf, 2MB)
Disabled Parking Permit - Application for Organisations (pdf, 2MB)
While Monash may only have a limited number of disabled parking bays with a parking permit you may park in regular bays for double the time as signed.
Category 1 permit holders may park in either a disabled parking bay for the time signed or a regular bay for double the time signed.
Category 2 permit holders may only park in regular bays but may do so for double the time as signed.
For more information visit VicRoads: Disability Parking Scheme
Companion and Carer entitlements
Are you a carer or companion to someone with a disability? You can apply for a companion card allowing for free public transport and concession entry to other events. For more information visit: Companion Card
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Last updated: 05 May 2017