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Initiatives announced to remove barriers and improve confidence for disabled traveller as they return to public transport after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Budding innovators and academics awarded funding to help break down the barriers disabled people face when travelling.
Letter from Baroness Vere to trade bodies setting out the government’s immediate and longer-term approach to the application of the Public Service Vehicles Accessibility Regulations (PSVAR) 2000.
Accessibility standards to be developed for EV chargepoints across the UK, allowing disabled drivers to easily identify which models are suitable for their needs.
Letter allowing applications to extend the period of non-accessibility compliance for buses and coaches performing rail replacement duties to 30 September 2021.
What will the future of transport look like? Government seeks views on how digital innovation can help people to plan, book and pay for travel.
To mark Purple Tuesday, the government is publishing an update on the delivery of the Inclusive Transport Strategy.
Government announces extra funding to improve travel for people with disabilities.
Funding for Changing Places toilets at 22 motorway service stations.
The government announces a new million-pound programme to get more students and their families physically active in time for Bike to School Week.
Latest round of T-TRIG funding is open to entrepreneurs and innovators looking to create a better transport system.
The ‘it’s everyone’s journey’ campaign looks to increase awareness about making transport more inclusive.
Victoria Garcia is responsible for engaging with disabled people in the local community in Brighton and Hove.
Bus operator trentbarton offers one-to-one training to help wheelchair and mobility scooter users improve their confidence and travel on buses more regularly.
Blackpool has taken steps to ensure that its rail replacement buses are fully accessible.
Govia Thameslink Railway offer 'Try a Train' events to help passengers build confidence.
New rules have widened Blue Badge eligibility criteria to help people with Parkinson’s, dementia, epilepsy and other 'invisible' disabilities.
New partnership to make buses more accessible for disabled passengers.
Tech-focused transport start-ups can bid for a share of almost £1 million in funding.
Progress on the implementation of the Inclusive Transport Strategy.
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