We welcome initial funding to install tactile paving at railway stations across Britain, but it still leaves many stations without this essential safety measure.
We held a successful blindfold walk in Barnstaple, joined by the local MP, local councillors and residents, highlighting the obstacles to accessible streets faced by blind and partially sighted pedestrians.
We have delivered the rail safe petition backing our calls for tactile paving to be urgently installed across the rail network - signed by 15,817 people - to Network Rail and the Department for Transport.
We’re supporting a week of action against street clutter, launched by Living Streets on 12 July.
From July 2021, new electric vehicles are required to generate sound for pedestrian safety. But we still have questions on how effective this measure will be, to keep streets safe and accessible.