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We all have the right to travel with freedom and independence.

Transport for All (TfA) is a pan-impairment organisation, guided by the passionate belief that all disabled and older people have the right to travel with freedom and independence.

Our specialised services are unique; we are the only disability group in the UK to exclusively focus on transport. 

Information and Advice Line

We provide advice, support and education for over 250 Deaf, Disabled and Older people a month, challenging the discrimination they face when accessing public transport. 


We train over 250 transport sector personnel annually, delivered with our partner Inclusion London to a growing number of organisations including Transport for London and Uber.

Research and Campaigns

We design and deliver data-driven campaigns that push for long term and systemic change. We share expertise, influence policy, and build strategic relationships with stakeholders.


We develop and support an organised group of activists who made everyday access their mission, through social media, sector engagement and policy consultation. 

Latest news and campaigns

What does the National Bus Strategy mean for disabled people?

The Government have published their National Bus Strategy: what does this mean for disabled people?

Manifesto for Accessible Journeys. London Mayoral Election 2021. Photo of black woman with long black hair sitting in a wheelchair and about to exit a bus.

TfA launches Manifesto for Accessible Journeys

Jeff, a white man with dark brown hair who is wearing a corduroy blazer and sat in an electric wheelchair using a breathing apparatus, is outside Walthamstow Tube station speaking to the camera about step-free access. The aston reads “Jeff Harvey, Trustee, Transport For All’

Major delays to step-free access improvements