Transport and getting around
We believe that being blind or partially sighted shouldn't mean giving up the right to being able to independently get around.
A well placed road crossing, a clear pavement or provision of accessible bus information could stop a town centre becoming a no-go area.
Government and public bodies regularly consult on their plans and it can be a great opportunity for us to influence. It could be a Parliamentary Select Committee looking for evidence, a public body producing guidance or even the first draft of a piece of legislation.
In the 'Who put that there! report we call for reviewed policies and guidance to enable blind and partially sighted people to get out and about safely and indepently.
- Who put that there! Campaign report (Word, 186 KB)
- Who put that there! Campaign report (Word, 2.22 MB)
In the 'Stop for me, Speak to me' campaign report 2013 we called for dramatic improvements in bus travel for passengers with sight loss.
- Stop for me speak to me Campaign report (Word, 247 KB)
- Stop for me speak to me Campaign report.(PDF, 964 KB)
- RNIB response to the consultation on the draft Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions (Word, 187KB)
- RNIB response to the Transport Select Committee Inquiry (Word, 195 KB)
- RNIB and Guide Dogs response to the DfT's consultation on Blue Badge Eligibility (Word, 36KB)
- Blue badge reform programme response (Word, 198KB)
We currently don't have any policy statements on transport and getting around published. However please email email@example.com to discuss the issues further.