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Future mobility and the opportunity to improve accessibility

David, who has worked with transport companies for years, looks at how technology and the response to the Covid-19 pandemic…

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Transport for London makes accessibility improvements for disabled passengers during Covid-19

With people returning to work and school and public places – such as shops, pubs, restaurants and cinemas – having…

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Ashford taxi drivers prosecuted for refusing passenger with guide dog

Two taxi drivers from Ashford have been found guilty for refusing to take a blind passsenger with their guide dog.…

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Boarding London buses made easier for wheelchair users

Access to London buses have become easier for wheelchair users thanks to a front-door boarding only policy for standard passengers,…

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General Election 2019: what disability policies are the other six UK parties pledging?

Ahead of the General Election, we round up the disability policies that the other six political parties' are pledging.

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General Election 2019: Conservative, Labour and Lib Dem disability policies

With the 2019 General Election fast approaching, we round up the key disability policies from the three main political parties…

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The Independent Gatwick Accessibility Panel: help shape accessibility for disabled passengers

Gatwick Airport has launched a new independent panel to help shape the airport’s accessibility strategy and improve services for disabled…

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British Airways launches a dedicated customer service team for disabled passengers

British Airways Accessibility Team is a dedicated customer service for passengers with hidden and visible disabilities. Find out more about…

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Banning pavement parking could give freedom to disabled pedestrians

MPs have proposed plans to have an outright ban on pavement parking in England, which could better enable disabled people…

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Concerns over access on public transport prior to car-free day in London

Concerns have been raised by disabled people over the access of public transport following the announcement of a car-free day…

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