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.
Behind the brand: how we’ve drawn on history to create our new look
Here is a tour of our new look, and the inspiration behind the brand.
Unveiling a new vision for Transport for All’s 40th Anniversary
As we reflect on the 40 years since our organisation was founded, we're rolling out some exciting changes to both honour our past and be ready for the years ahead.
Call for accessibility testers
We're looking for disabled people who use assistive technologies to join a paid panel of accessibility testers working to impove our website.
Campaign victory: Plans to close rail ticket offices are officially scrapped
We're celebrating a major victory today, as proposals to close hundreds of rail ticket offices are officially scrapped.
Transport Committee criticises “radical” proposed rail ticket office closures
The Transport Select Committee published a letter to the Rail Minister describing the ticket office proposals as going “too far, too fast”, warning that the change “risks excluding some passengers".
Government defends decision to withhold "distracting" impact assessment on ticket office closures
The Department for Transport (DfT) have defended their decision to withhold their assessment of ticket office closures, arguing that to release it now would be "distracting".
"Frankly insulting" - our Campaigns Manager condemns ticket office closures in Parliament inquiry
We told the Transport Committee that there was little faith in the ticket office consultation process among the disabled community.
Appeal submitted to government after Equality Impact Assessment withheld
We're appealing the Government's decision to withhold their assessment of the impact of ticket office closures.
Government refuses to publish Impact Assessment of ticket office closures
The Department for Transport (DfT) has rejected our Freedom of Information request, deciding to withhold its analysis of the impact that closing ticket offices could have on disabled people.
Disabled People's experiences of Clean Air Zones
Read our research report into disabled people's experiences of road user charging and clean air zones.
Disability charities join forces to condemn ticket office closures
Over 50 organisations representing disabled people and allies have joined forces to object to the proposals to close almost 1000 rail ticket offices across England.
Disability Action Plan consultation
Read our response to the Government's consultation on its Disability Action Plan
We object to the ticket office closures: read our letter
Self-driving cars: the future of accessible transport, or a turn for the worse?
Self-driving cars: a closer look at what could go right, what could go wrong, and what we need to do to make sure that disabled people benefit from technology that’s being built in our name.
Accessible transport: legal obligations
Our response to the Transport Committee's inquiry into Accessible transport: legal obligations
Campaign success as Deputy Mayor announces Dial-a-Ride improvements
The Deputy Mayor of London for Transport, Seb Dance, has written to us to set out a number of improvements to the Dial-a-Ride service, following our joint campaigning work with AgeUK London.