Healthy People 2030 uses more than 80 data systems to track the progress towards ensuring individuals have access to health opportunities. The National Vital Statistics System and other national censuses of events, as well as surveys using samples drawn randomly from the whole country, are often used to gather data.2
The Public Transport Accessibility Group (PTAG) https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry/accessible-travel/ The Public Transport Accessibility Group (PTAG) is an organization in Auckland, New Zealand that serves as the facilitator for Auckland transport. The members of this organization include representatives of Auckland Transport, Auckland Council, accessibility interest organizations, and contracted public transportation providers in the Auckland region. The organization’s mission is to ensure that disabled individuals in the Auckland area have access to integrated, safe, responsive, and affordable public land transportation services.
1. Defining health promotion and disease prevention - RHIhub toolkit [Internet]. Ruralhealthinfo.org. [cited 2022 Jul 19]. Available from: https://www.ruralhealthinfo.org/toolkits/health-promotion/1/definition
2. Dooley D, Prause J. Data Sources and Methods. In: The Social Costs of Underemployment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2003. p. 36–64