Policy paper

Transport accessibility action plan

The actions to be taken by the government in order to improve transport accessibility for the disabled.

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This document is out-of-date. A consultation was launched on a new draft accessibility action plan in August 2017.

Documents

[Withdrawn] Transport for Everyone: an action plan to improve accessibility for all

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[Withdrawn] Transport for Everyone: an action plan to improve accessibility for all (easy read version)

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Details

The accessibility action plan identifies the Department for Transport’s priorities for improving disabled people’s experience of public transport.

The main topics of focus are:

  • improving accessibility
  • providing better information for travellers
  • improving attitudes and behaviour to disabled passengers

The transport accessibility action plan is being revised through consultation. The consultation closed at 11:45pm on 15 November 2017.

Published 12 December 2012