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Oxfordshire Transport and Access Group (OXTRAG)

Oxfordshire Transport and Access Group (OXTRAG) is a small, active, independent ‘service-user representative group’ and is supported in its work by Oxfordshire County Council. The group represents anyone who has difficulty in using the highways, the pavements, public transport and the related built environment because…

Oxfordshire Transport and Access Group (OXTRAG) is a small, active, independent ‘service-user representative group’ and is supported in its work by Oxfordshire County Council. The group represents anyone who has difficulty in using the highways, the pavements, public transport and the related built environment because of physical or sensory disabilities.

It looks into and advises on difficulties faced specifically by people using public transport and highways.  The group offers this information to county, district and parish councillors, as well as other colleagues or partner links to help make changes.

By joining OXTRAG you can attend the regular meetings and increase their knowledge of transport in your area, bring issues to their notice and join in any campaigning.  Their campaigning has resulted in many of the transport and highway improvements that are enjoyed today.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Deborah Whelan
Contact Position
Chairperson
E-mail
oxtrag@gmail.com
Website
Oxfordshire Transport and Access Group

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
Young people
Disabled children/young people
Adults
Carers

Last checked on 07/08/2017

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