Transport campaigning news

  • Campaigners press for improvements at Paignton bus station


    Two of our South West campaigners Rose Hewitt and John Gibson are working to get improvements to Paignton's bus station to make it more accessible for blind and partially sighted people.

  • Small print train tickets are changing


    We recently met with the Association of Train Operating Companies to discuss the new design of rail tickets. ATOC admitted that they weren’t fit for purpose and a new improved design ticket will be available shortly.

  • Plymouth bus "swap with me" event

    City Bus Plymouth signs up to RNIB’s bus accessibility charter


    Plymouth bus operator, City Bus has signed up to RNIB’s bus charter to ensure services are accessible for customers with sight loss.

  • Campaigning for better audio announcements on trains in the East of England


    Campaigners in the East of England are fed up with the audio announcements being turned off on trains and are working hard to persuade rail operators to stop this happening. They’d like to encourage other passengers to raise this issue with their local operators.

  • Carlisle bus drivers Swap with me


    Campaigners from Cumbria swapped places with drivers and managers at Stagecoach’s bus station in Carlisle as part of our Stop for me, Speak to me campaign on 21 October.

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