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Assisted Bus Travel

The "Stop For Me - Speak To Me" campaign organised by the RBIB is gaining strength with more and more regional initiatives from the major nus companies taking place. If you haven't yet heard of this positive step for increased independent travel visit the extremely informative report and survey results . The initial report was undertaken by RNIB in 2012 but as is so often the case, its pace is snail like. The report not only highlights many of the real issue faced by the blind and VIP but also provides useful links for helpful assistive resources.

Some local news services have covered the events that have already taken place in areas such as Wakefield, Oxford and Chelmsford where the likes of Arriva and FIRST have already signed up to the charter events (just Google Stop For Me - Speak To Me for these articles). If your local buses aren't doing anything about this service maybe a gentle reminder of their obligations under the charter is required.

If you have details for your local bus service under this campaign why let us know by email


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