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Driving independence in our community

Image of a Women at the Wheel participant

Learning to drive can be a challenge at any time, but particularly without access to an instructor or a car.

We support various programs to help people overcome barriers that may be preventing them from learning to drive, recognising that having a licence can improve employment and social opportunities.

In Queensland we have partnerships with:

  • the Artie Academy Transurban #1 Driving School - assisting Indigenous students gain the 100 hours of driving practice needed to obtain their drivers’ licence
  • the Transurban Women at the Wheel program - supporting refugee and migrant women to access driver education and lessons, and
  • Open Haven’s Drive to Thrive program - empowering survivors of domestic violence to gain the freedom and independence that comes with a drivers’ licence.

Find out more information about our driving training programs


Photo credit: ABC Rachel Riga