A big thank everyone who participated in our survey and focus groups to tell us what would make rail travel more accessible!
Plan for a shared use pathway for pedestrians and cyclists is successfully challenged by local residents.
RNIB is increasingly concerned about new cycling schemes that are planned and implemented. Many local authorities adopt designs that encroach into walking areas, create shared use spaces and potentially place people with sight loss at risk. We raised our concerns with the Ealing Council.
Read our response to the draft Accessibility Action Plan and our recommendations to improve the travel experiences of blind and partially sighted people.
No time to lose while we wait to hear from the Government, find out how you can help challenge shared space in your local area now.