Transport for All's Membership

At Transport for All we believe that we are stronger together, and that our voice is louder (and clearer) when we are collaborating. We also know how isolating it can be to be a disabled activist or campaigner, and how exhausting. Our membership scheme exists to enable disabled people to support one another, and to share skills, expertise, knowledge, and contacts.  

Do you want access to the latest transport news in your email inbox? Do you want to add your voice to our movement for accessible transport? Do you want to show your support for Transport for All? Then join Transport for All as a member now. 

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For forty years Transport for All have been the only community-led organisation campaigning for equal access to transport.

We’re a membership organisation – this means that members have a real say in the direction of the charity.

While everyone has full access to our Information and Advice services without becoming a member, by signing up you’ll be a part of our movement: we work with our members to fight for transport access, championing disabled and older people’s rights and providing an unrivalled community of support. 

Why become a member of Transport for All?

It’s free, and it’s for everyone – including disabled and older people, and anyone with an interest in accessible transport. 

It’s easy to sign up – fill in our short membership form and you’ll start to receive updates and information in your email inbox. 

You’ll be adding your voice to our movement, increasing Transport for All’s impact, and helping break down the barriers to travel that disabled people face. 

And by becoming a member you’ll have the chance to get involved with Transport for All in lots of different ways: 

  • Information and updates

    Members receive our exclusive enewsletter, full of up to date information on services, policy and breaking news on accessible transport. Members are the first to find out about our TravelTalks online events too.

  • Campaigning

    Members have access to our campaigner networks where disabled activists share skills, expertise, knowledge, and contacts, and access to our campaigning toolkits.

  • Share your story

    Members have opportunities to join our pool of writers and speakers who write blogs for Transport for All, appear on our podcasts, and talk on our social media channels.

  • Take part in research

    Members are the first to hear about research opportunities, including taking part in surveys, focus groups and consultations. 

  • Voting rights

    Members are invited to our Biennial General Meetings where you can elect members of our Board of Trustees and have your say on the direction of the organisation.

  • Fundraising

    You’ll find out about new fundraising events and initiatives, and we’ll support you to fundraise for Transport for All.

Conditions of membership

Members of Transport for All are asked to support our pan-impairment and inclusive approach to making change. This means acknowledging that disabled people’s views, preferences and access requirements are diverse, and can sometimes conflict – so it’s vital that our membership is a space for a wide variety of opinions, voices and perspectives.  


In return, we commit to working with our diverse and brilliant community to shift attitudes, influence policy, and create meaningful change. Join us today. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Anyone! Our membership is open to disabled and older people, and anyone else with an interest in accessible transport.  

Members receive exclusive newsletter updates, access to campaigning networks, voting rights at our BGM, and more. 

There is no expiry date for your membership. You will remain a member of Transport for All until you decide to opt out, which you can do at any time by following the links on your email or by contacting us. 

Yes! If you cannot access our online form, please get in touch with us via email or telephone. 

When you sign up as a member we’ll ask you about your age, your interests, impairment, and any mobility aids that you use. We ask for this so that we can send you information that is relevant to you, for data monitoring purposes, and to ensure that our work is representative across the impairment groups. We process this data in line with our privacy policy which you can view here.