News

Equal Pavements Pledge
8 July 2021

We’re launching our ‘Equal Pavements Pledge’

A before and after shot of Katie, a wheelchair user, on a pavement in Soho. In the before picture there is no dropped kerb so a large step. In the after picture, an asphalt tarmac ramp has been added.
22 June 2021

Campaign victory: Westminster Council commit to accessibility upgrades in Soho

Pave the way report January 2021
24 May 2021

Our Pave The Way report: 4 months on

What does the National Bus Strategy mean for disabled people?
1 April 2021

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.
31 March 2021

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’
5 March 2021

Major delays to step-free access improvements

TfA supports the call for full tactile paving installation across the rail network. Next to a photo of a train station where the platform does not have tactile signage at the edge.
23 February 2021

TfA supports the call for full tactile paving installation across the rail network

Victory as Govia Thameslink Railway commit to keeping wheelchair spaces clear of bikes. Next to a picture of Doug, a white man wearing a cap and sunglasses, sat in his wheelchair and smiling with the sunny blue sky in the background.
10 February 2021

Victory as Govia Thameslink Railway commit to keeping wheelchair spaces clear of bikes

Paving The Way for more accessible and inclusive streetspace: our manifesto for a new model of engagement and EQIAs. An illustration of three disabled people with various impairments and mobility aids sat at a desk working together and smiling. The desk has a poster up reading 'this workplace is disability positive'.
4 February 2021

Paving The Way for inclusive streetspace: our manifesto for ‘EQIAs in Action’

We want to see a complete overhaul of the engagement and consultation model, and a ‘rebranding’ of EQIAs…
Audience Access Alliance
7 October 2020

TfA joins Audience Access Alliance to ‘Build Back Equal’

At Transport for All, we’re deeply concerned about the impact facing disabled people if the current COVID-19 pandemic undoes…
Pavement Parking
6 October 2020

TfA chair speaks to 5 News about the impact of pavement parking on disabled people

Our chair Alan Benson has spoken to 5 News on the “annoying and demoralising” effect pavement parking…

The Archive

London Community Response Fund

New funding enables TfA’s vital work supporting disabled people to continue

Transport for All is delighted to reveal that it has secured a large grant from the Trust for London, with additional…
A poster for an online event. TfA - Travel Talks. Streetscapes: how do we make sure the 'new normal' works for disabled people? Wednesday 8th July, 7pm. Zoom webinar. Join our friendly panel and share your concerns and opinions. On the right hand side there are 6 pictures of smiling faces: Hollie Brooke, Amy Kavanagh, Charli Clement, Bhavini Makwana, Ellis Palmer and Sarah O'Brien.

TfA’s inaugural ‘TravelTalks’ webinar sees 40 disabled people share experiences with streetspace

Freedom Pass

Transport for All express ‘extreme concerns’ over Freedom Pass changes

We are extremely concerned at the recent announcements around the removal of concessions following…
TfA calls on transport sector to protect disabled rights during the COVID-19 crisis. Next to yellow illustration demonstrating social distancing.

Coronavirus: TfA calls on transport sector to protect disabled rights during the COVID-19 crisis