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  1. News
    03 May 2012

    Baby-on-board badges for pregnant London underground commuters (UK)

    2744 reads Transport for London is issuing 'baby-on-board' badges for pregnant women using the city's underground system who wish to be offered a seat by their fellow commuters. The badges...

  2. News
    26 June 2012

    Inclusive design showcased on online transport advice portal (UK)

    609 reads The latest publication by Inclusive Design for Getting Outdoors (I'DGO), a research project looking at the mobility of older pedestrians, has been added to the online Transport Advice Portal,...

  3. News
    12 September 2012

    New guidance for bus drivers concerning mobility-impaired passengers (UK)

    help people board easily. Source: Transport for London News Centre United Kingdom Transport for people ...

  4. News
    25 February 2013

    70% of London's bus stops now fully accessible

    735 reads Transport for London (TfL) has announced that the plan to greatly improve the accessibility of bus stops has reached its first milestone – to make 70 per cent of stops fully accessible – 2 months...

  5. News
    18 April 2013

    Transport for London launched Accessible App competition (UK)

    916 reads Transport for London (TfL) has launched a competition to develop an app which improves accessibility of London's transport system. TfL is looking for developers to build on recent innovations...

  6. News
    09 July 2013

    Travel mentoring service for disabled Londoners launches in Sutton (UK)

    1145 reads Helping disabled Londoners make the most of the Capital's extensive bus network is the philosophy behind a travel mentoring service that was rolled out in Sutton following successful trials....

  7. News
    05 November 2013

    Community transport aids job growth in Greater Manchester (UK)

    re-launched earlier this year. It’s great news we’ve been able to extend the service to people living in Shaw ...

  8. News
    08 April 2015

    Visually impaired travellers trial new app in London (UK)

    2112 reads Travellers with visual impairments are testing a new app in London that could help them and other such passengers to navigate public transport independently. The Wayfindr system, being trialled...

  9. News
    20 July 2017

    Major accessibility improvement works set out for London Underground (UK)

    1622 reads Plans have been revealed for step-free access to be created at six Tube stations by 2020. They form part of the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan's aim to improve accessibility across the UK's...

  10. News
    03 August 2017

    New London Underground map for passengers with conditions such as anxiety and claustrophobia (UK)

    3213 reads A new map of the London Underground network has been released that caters to passengers with claustrophobia or other anxiety conditions.  The map was devised after suggestions from passengers...