Web accessibility is about making website content available to all users, including people with disability. We expect our website to be accessible to all users, regardless of browsing technology or device.
If you are looking for information about accessible public transport see accessible travel.
Our commitment to web accessibility
The ACT Government is committed to making its websites accessible to as many people as possible.
We aim to meet AA accessibility checkpoints as defined in the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. This commitment applies to this website and not to websites that are linked from our pages.
Compliance with web accessibility is an ongoing process we are regularly working to improve.
This website contains information in PDF (Portable Document Format) so that information is easy to download. You need Adobe Reader to access these files, which can be downloaded for free.
Our PDF network maps are best used with JAWS and NVDA screen readers. Maps provide a visual representation. Some elements on the maps are not keyboard or screen reader accessible, so they have a text alternative elsewhere on the website.
You can enlarge/decrease the text by using the Ctrl + - keys.
The NXTBUS website is hosted by a third party supplier and all efforts have been made to ensure that the webpage meets accessibility requirements, however some parts of the interactive map will not be compliant with screen readers. You may wish to utilise the search function on the left had side of the page.
If you experience problems accessing any of the information on our site, please contact us for an alternative format.
Find out more about using this website in privacy and site map.