25 July 2018
Source: Department for Transport
New strategy will improve accessibility across all types of travel for people with visible and less visible disabilities.
New measures, backed by hundreds of million pounds, will help ensure all disabled people can travel confidently and easily.
The Department for Transport has today (25 July 2018) set out its Inclusive Transport Strategy, which will improve accessibility across all types of travel for those with both visible and less visible disabilities.
The strategy includes investment in rail accessibility infrastructure, commitments to produce league tables which highlight operators that are delivering the best service for disabled people, and funding for Changing Places accessible toilets at motorway service stations.
The government will put up to £300 million of funding into extending the Access for All programme, making railway stations more accessible, including through step-free access.
Full details on the Department of Transport website