A scheme launched by Go-Ahead-owned Brighton & Hove Buses to make travel easier for disabled passengers – or any passengers requiring extra assistance – has been adopted citywide by the local taxi firm Streamline.
Democratic Unionist Party MP for Strangford, Jim Shannon, is proposing a new parliamentary bill that calls for Audio Visual (AV) technology to be available on all new buses.
Coach passengers have gone the extra mile to raise money for Guide Dogs Cymru.
Nottingham City Transport has won the Breaking Down Barriers Award at the Guide Dogs Annual Awards 2014, in partnership with Microsoft.
Trent barton has unveiled its 100th bus with audio-visual technology fitted.
Guide Dogs claims that the British public has overwhelmingly backed calls for disability awareness training for all bus drivers. A survey by ComRes for the charity found more than 80% of the 2,031 people interviewed […]
The body says changes would improve employment opportunities and healthcare access for disabled and highlighted the benefits of audio-visual systems The Transport Select Committee has published a report on entitled Access to Transport for Disabled […]
First Bus is providing its drivers with specific training designed to help people who are blind or partially sighted to confidently use the bus.
Go North East has introduced onboard audio-visual announcements to over 60 of its buses.