The importance of transport cannot be underestimated. Being able to travel can help facilitate social networks and improve access to employment, education, health facilities and many more.
There has been significant progress in transport accessibility in recent years, however there are still areas within transport provision where improvements are needed.
This event is a must for anyone involved in transport and inclusive design – it’s highly relevant to transport providers, masterplan developers, city planners and provides an opportunity to explore the subject with access and inclusive professionals across the UK.
You will be able to learn from:
- Simone West, Developing inclusive design at Transport for London (TfL)
- Frank Anatole and Niamh O’Reilly, Network Rail hub station design
- Clive Gilbert and Cathryn Thompson-Goodwin, National Centre for Accessible Transport – shaping the future for a more inclusive society
- Jane Simpson, PAS 1899:2022, Electric vehicles – Accessible charging – Specification, the Key Elements
- Kyle Adams, Mind the Gap: What we have learnt so far from the Department for Transport (DfT) Station Accessibility Audit
The seminar is free for all Access Association members and CAE Pathways Programme trainees. Only £25 for guests.