Transport campaigning news

  • Photo of Kingston bus stop consultation event

    Don't bypass us


    Richard Holmes, our Regional Campaigns Officer for London, and volunteer campaigner Elise Crayton, attended a consultation event for a new bus stop bypass in Kingston on 27 July. The borough is proposing the change as part of a major re-development of public areas in Kingston.

  • Go North East goes all out for blind and partially sighted passengers


    On 30 June, campaigners from the North East celebrated Go North East signing up to our bus charter by holding a Campaign Connect event at Go North East's bus depot in Gateshead.

  • People with sight loss in Workington swap places with bus drivers


    A group of blind and partially sighted people swapped places with bus drivers in Workington on 14 June to demonstrate the barriers they face when travelling on buses, as part of our ‘Stop for me, Speak to me’ bus campaign.

  • Brighton bus accessibility day celebrating our Bus Charter


    Campaigners from across London and the south east joined members of the public in Brighton for a Bus Accessibility Day on 19 May to celebrate Brighton and Hove Buses and their sister company Metro Buses, signing up to our bus charter.

  • Queen’s Speech 2016


    The new Government’s legislative programme was outlined on Wednesday 18 May in the Queen’s Speech. A number of new bills will be introduced under this Parliament. Find out about the bills to be introduced under this Parliament.

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