- people with disabilities who may use assistive technologies
- those with slower internet connections
- rural and regional users
- those with hand held devices and mobile phones.
The accessibility features available on this site include:
- a list of software plug-ins users may require to view the content
- using the site – how to use the website and its features
- descriptive text for images (ALT text) that can be read by assistive technologies
- high contrast colour scheme that assists users with visual impairments
- use of lightweight images / design to decrease load times
- instructions for using a screen reader
- links to translate web content to another language
An alternative you can use to make the text larger or smaller on this site, or on any website, is to change the settings on your computer – within your browser. To find out how to change the text size on any website and in some instances the colours used on a website click here or see the ‘help’ option of your preferred browser.
The following is a list of software that you may need to read the documents and files on this website. Please note that in most cases you are not required to install anything as most computers are capable of reading the documents and files on this website.
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations
Microsoft Excel Documents
Microsoft Word Documents
Search the web site to find what you want directly with keywords. You may also search Whole of Government from this point by clicking on the WA of Government search.
Helps you to determine the location of the page that you are viewing at the time.
Activate a screen reader built into your computer's operating system
Windows XP - Narrator (built into accessories).
To turn on: Start menu / programs / accessories / accessibility / narrator OR Windows key + U
Apple OSX - Voiceover (built into utilities). Note: Voiceover works on Safari only. Global dropdown submenus don't read.
To turn on: Command(Apple key) + F5
To set preferences: System Preferences / Universal Access
Please use the following links to translate the Transport website via Google:
Important note: WA Police is not responsible for the effectiveness of the Google translator tool.