The tunnel stroll, before the buses roll

Tim Williams | Adelaide Advertiser IT'S purpose is to slash commuter travel times to the city, but yesterday Adelaideans took to the new O-Bahn tunnel at a more leisurely pedestrian pace. Buses will start running through the 670m, $160 million...

Opening of O-Bahn bus tunnel and safety concerns for people with a disability

Andrew Reimer: Kelly Vincent very good evening to you you’ve had a long day because you were down at the tunnel opening today. Kelly Vincent: I was the fun day for the opening of the O-Bahn tunnel, I was there...

Concerns about O’Bahn tunnel evacuation in event of emergency

ABC Radio | Ali Clarke Ali Clarke: With regards to due care, Kelly Vincent, Dignity MLC has actually called in. Good morning. You have some worries about effects on wheelchair users in the new O’Bahn. Kelly Vincent: That’s right. I’m...

Prioritise disability issues

Kelly Vincent MLC Dignity Party | Weekender Herald Sunday December 3 was International Day of People with Disability, and the community support and engagement at our third annual disability pride parade was outstanding. So its about time that policy makers...

Disability safety fear for O-Bahn bus tunnel

Adam Langenberg | Adelaide Advertiser Wheelchair users may not be able to be evacuated quickly from buses in the new O-Bahn tunnel through the parklands, a document reveals, sparking calls for the Government to overhaul its safety features. A notice...

Tram extension and Safety procedures issued to bus drivers for O-Bahn tunnel

Leon Byner: Kelly Vincent, you’ve seen what I’ve seen, what do you say. Kelly Vincent: Before we talk about that if I could provide you with a quick update about an issue we talked about the other day which was the...

Amendments to drug driving laws fail to pass Parliament

People taking medicinal cannabis won’t be able to legally drive a car after amendments to drug driving laws failed to pass Parliament. Dignity Party MLC Kelly Vincent moved the amendment and initially had the support of the Opposition, but it...

Medicinal cannabis advocates argue against new laws which stop users from driving

Lauren Novak | Adelaide Advertiser USERS of medicinal cannabis will not be allowed to drive with the drug in their system under new laws which have passed State Parliament. MPs have been debating laws proposed by the State Government to...

Tough new drug driving laws don’t allow for people taking medicinal cannabis to drive

Kelly Vincent, Dignity Party MLC  ABC RADIO ADELAIDE Deb Tribe: Talking about why the Opposition has made a deal with the Government to introduce rehabilitation for recidivist drink and drug drivers in exchange for giving up the issue of being...

Compulsory rehab for repeat drink and drug-drivers wanting their licences back

By Leah MacLennan | ABC News People caught drink or drug driving more than once will be forced to do a rehabilitation course if they want to get their licence back, under new laws passed by South Australia's Parliament. Previously, repeat...

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