Safety at railway stations needs to be addressed urgently. Please take two minutes to sign RNIB's petition, calling on the Government and Network Rail to take action and make stations safe for blind and partially sighted people.
A lack of tactile paving at railway stations is exposing blind and partially sighted people to significantly higher levels of risk than the general public.
Ministers respond to the Transport Select Committee’s report about the legalisation of E-scooters.
Local campaigners, supported by RNIB, have succeeded in getting a signal controlled pedestrian controlled crossing built, on Lyme Regis' main shopping street.
RNIB Volunteer Campaigners Cameron and Valerie Kennedy are celebrating the arrival of tactile paving at crossings, and the installation of a controlled crossing on the busy main road in their hometown of Bideford, North Devon, after campaigning for safer streets for people with sight loss.