You are encouraged to seek written permission from Transport Canberra and City Services prior to creating a link to the website.
Requests must be lodged in writing and include the following information:
- the URL (address) of your site
- a brief description of your site
- appropriate contact details (e.g. e-mail or postal address) so that you can be advised of the outcome of the request.
Generally speaking, permission to link to the TCCS website will not be granted if:
- inclusion on the requesting site implies the ACT Government endorses the site or product
- the requesting site uses www.tccs.act.gov.au solely for commercial practices
- the context of the material is changed technically (e.g. the material is framed and users are unable to determine the location of the original material).
Requests may be sent to TCCS via the ACT Government Feedback System.
The ACT Government recognises the importance of personal privacy and has implemented measures to ensure personal details are not disclosed to other parties. Please familiarise yourself with our privacy statement if you have any concerns.
Link to TCCS website using a text link
Links to the TCCS website must make use of the linking source code.
<a href="http://www.tccs.act.gov.au">Transport Canberra and City Services</a>
Notify TCCS once the link has been created
Please provide written notification upon establishing a link to the TAMS website. This should include the following information:
- the URL (address) of your site(s)
- a brief description of your site(s)
- appropriate contact details (e.g. e-mail or postal address).
Approval to create a link to the TCCS website is given on the following basis only:
- permission to link to the TCCS website is non-assignable, non-transferable, and non-exclusive
- TCCS reserves the right to revoke approval at any time and for any reason
- neither the image nor the source code is to be altered in any way
- the linking source code cannot be used for any purpose other than to create a link to www.tccs.act.gov.au
- any changes are considered a breach of copyright.