We all have the right to travel with freedom and confidence.
Transport for All is the disabled-led group breaking down barriers and transforming the transport system so disabled people can make the journeys we want, with freedom, dignity, ease and confidence. We work with our members to campaign for change, influencing governments, industry and the public.
Inaccessible transport in the UK
- 16 million
- disabled people in the UK
- fewer journeys made per year by disabled people than non-disabled
- 3 in 4
- train stations don't have step-free access
Latest news and media
The art of activism: why creative practices are important for disabled campaigners
The artist, activist, and designer of some of Transport for All's most iconic protest placards - Anahita Harding - writes about using art to make change.
In loving memory of Alan Benson MBE
Everyone at Transport for All is heartbroken by Alan Benson MBE's passing. Alan was an astounding campaigner and ambassador for the disabled community.
Are we there yet? Barriers to transport for disabled people in 2023
Our research into disabled people's experiences of transport in England: the barriers we face, and priorities for change.
‘Through a different lens’: my experience as a disabled photographer working with Transport for All
Shona writes about how being a disabled photographer allows her to see things differently, and shows us behind the scenes of her work on Transport for All's new photo library.
Where would you like to go?
Find out more about your rights as a disabled person using transport or streets in the UK.
See which issues we’re currently tackling, and how you can get involved.
We run a range of events (online, onsite, and hybrid) where members can socialise, exchange ideas, and shape the work of the organisation.