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Transport for All is committed to fighting for transport justice. In our campaigning work, we bring disabled people’s voices and lived experience to the public’s attention, influence decision makers, and press for meaningful policy change.


Past campaign wins

Read more about our past successes and the change we have already secured. Here are a selection of articles from the archive.

Two people stand by the entrance to a red dial-a-ride bus. On the left is a white man with a bald head, wearing a high-vis jacket. Holding his right elbow is a map with a patterned white shirt and black trousers. This man holds a white cane. Both are facing away from the camera.
23rd Feb 2023

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.

A group of people gathered together on a street with several using wheelchairs. A white woman wearing a red t-shirt stands in the centre speaking into a megaphone.
Press Release
24th May 2022

Celebrating the disabled activists who campaigned for an accessible Elizabeth Line

As Crossrail opens today, disability charity, Transport for All, pays tribute to the efforts of the 2013 campaigners.

A white woman with blonde hair walks across a road. She wears turquoise sunglasses and a colourful dress with dinosaurs on. She holds the harness of a guide dog who walks beside her.
3rd Nov 2021

Success as Mayor of London agrees to “pause” installation of new Colourful Crossings

A white woman with long brown hair and a brown dress using a wheelchair smiling at the camera and posing with her arms extended. She is facing the edge of the pavement with a new dropped kerb. Around her are multiple obstacles on a street pavement including several bin bags and boxes.
22nd Jun 2021

Campaign victory: Westminster Council commit to accessibility upgrades in Soho

Westminster Council introduces 22 new dropped kerbs among a series of street accessibility improvements following our campaign.

A man using a mobility chair in a train station holds up a protest sign that reads
6th Apr 2017

We demand the right to Turn-Up-and-Go

Transport for All members descended on London Bridge station to protest Southern Rail’s decision to withdraw Turn up and Go assistance from 33 stations across the network. Here's a recap of the day...

A group of people posing for a picture in a line outside a grand stone building with carving of people on the walls. Doug Paulley is at the front. Some of them are holding banners reading
18th Jan 2017

Paulley’s appeal upheld by Supreme Court

Today marks a significant step forward for the rights of wheelchair users to have priority use of the priority space on buses – after Doug Paulley’s appeal was upheld by the Supreme Court.

A hand painted carboard sign with red background and white text that says
6th Dec 2016

Disabled and Older campaigners celebrate major investment into Tube accessibility after a decade of campaigning

The Mayor of London announced today that an additional £200m would be invested over the next five years to increase step-free access on the Tube.

A group of people in a train station smiling at the camera and raising cups in a celebratory manner. A woman at the front is wearing a reflective jacket and station uniform.
24th Jul 2014

From Frustration to Freedom: Victory on Manual Boarding Ramps

Three London Underground stations roll out the use of new "bridging" manual boarding ramps, following campaigning by Transport for All's Jeff Harvey.