A video by the Londonist follows our Campaign Manager Hugh Huddy walking near our London Office. Find out what challenges he faced, and how people have responded to the video.
Our campaigning for accessible streets in Poundbury has led to a meeting to discuss the central shared space area, Queen Mother Square, with Poundbury’s landowner, the Duchy of Cornwall.
The Department for Transport has announced £20 million of government funds for stations needing accessibility improvements, on the anniversary of its Inclusive Transport Strategy. We're asking your help to highlight the issues to the Department for Transport.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced an important step towards the end of silent vehicles on UK roads. But what are the risks when vehicles are silent, what does the DfT announcement mean in practice, and does it go far enough?
A private hire taxi company has been fined by Preston Magistrates' Court, after refusing a passenger travelling with a guide dog.