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News & Features
VisitEngland have updated their brochure showcasing the very best accessible accommodation, attractions and experiences across the country.
Get inspiration for your next short break or day trip to these top British locations! Our expert team have handpicked these hotspots to help get you on your way to your next rail adventure.
Do you travel regularly? Do you have the ability to Chair the main government advisory body for disabled transport users? The Disabled Persons Transport Advisory Committee (DPTAC) are seeking to appoint a new Chair.
Northern Rail – a joint Serco and Abellio venture - has launched the ‘Easy Card’, allowing customers with learning disabilities in West Yorkshire to travel through ticket gates and pay for their ticket once on the train.
The rail industry has issued new guidance for wheelchair users when using train services. The guidance explains how best to use trains safely and the recommended methods for boarding and alighting trains when using a wheelchair. It was produced by the Rail Safety Standards Board in collaboration with ATOC, Network Rail and Department for Transport. A copy of the guidance can be downloaded by clicking the link below.
Southern has announced that over £1million worth of accessibility and passenger information improvements are set to be made to stations across the Southern network this year.
Eve Butcher reports on how travelling by rail in Tunbridge Wells is street ahead of the rest!
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