Powerchairs, also known as electric wheelchairs, and mobility scooters are designed to help people with limited mobility move around with more independence.
Disability rights campaigners are celebrating the government’s decision to scrap plans to close hundreds of rail ticket offices after concerns were raised.
Disability rights campaigners have criticised the complex legislation around accessible transport laws in a recent address to the Common transport committee.
Entertainment venues have to meet accessibility requirements to ensure gigs can be attended by wheelchair users, but in reality this is not always the case.
The government has recently launched a consultation on the Disability Action Plan, which is intended to put disabled people at the heart of future policies.
An investigation by the BBC has found that some major airlines are charging full price for the PAs of disabled passengers to fly from the UK, sparking anger.
As the tourism industry seeks to rebound from the impact of the pandemic lockdowns, many cities are now making more effort to accommodate disabled travellers.
Mobility scooters are life enhancing pieces of equipment for millions of people However, there are certain points you need to be aware of before buying one.
A cross-party parliamentary report has criticised the inadequate legislation around access to transport for disabled people and those with restricted mobility.
Dartmoor National Park has undergone a £60,000 improvement scheme to make paths more accessible to users of wheelchairs, pushchairs, and mobility scooters.
he UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched a consultation to gather views on ways to improve airline access for disabled and less mobile passengers.
This May we are set to enjoy three long Bank Holiday weekends. If you are looking for a place to enjoy an accessible day out in the UK, here are some ideas.
The UK government has been strongly criticised by disability campaign groups for cutting the active travel budget by over 50% in the latest spending review.
Residents in Lancashire have complained about a lack of access on a cycling route. Kissings gates have been installed, preventing access for mobility scooters.
International Wheelchair Day takes place on March 1 annually, and aims to celebrate the positive aspects of using a wheelchair, and help improve access for all.