Member Event – Bus Day of Action

Transport for All (TfA) has organised a new Bus Day of Action event to mark the second anniversary of Doug Paulley’s victory at the Supreme Court.
The Bus Day of Action. (Public Protest).
Key Speakers: Alan Benson, Chair, Transport For All, Doug Paulley, Disability Campaigner.
When: Friday 18th January 2019.
Time: 14:00 – 15:00
Where: Outside the Department for Transport Building. Great Minster House, 33 Horseferry Rd, Westminster, London SW1P 4DR.

All members and non-members are welcome to join in our protest. For more information please contact us on 020 7737 2339 or email:

Earlier Event for Members Only
The Pan London Mobility Forum (PLMF) (Members Only):
  • Guest Speaker: Doug Paulley, Disability Campaigner.
  • Key Note Speaker: Alan Benson, Chair, Transport For All.

When: Friday, 18th January 2019,

New Time: 12:00-13:15 (afterwards we proceed to the Bus Day of Action Protest).
Where: Weare336, 336 Brixton Rd, London SW9 7AA.

On the 18th January 2017, Doug Paulley won a five-year battle, as the Supreme Court made it clear that bus drivers must do more to enforce priority for wheelchair and mobility scooter users. Following this judgement, Transport for London introduced new automatic messages to encourage buggy users (and other non-disabled people) to make space for wheelchair and mobility scooter users. They also created a new leaflet for bus drivers about “Access for wheelchair users on London’s buses.” But have things really improved since the judgement? Registration for this event is now open. You must be a PLMF member to attend. Please register by 9th January 2019. For more information please contact us on 020 7737 2339 or email:

Note for members: An invitation has been sent to all our members by email or by post. If you haven’t received the information, please contact us. We are looking forward to seeing you at this event.

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