A new Changing Places facility was recently opened in the landside area of the main terminal at Bristol Airport by Andy Wright, Managing Director of Accessible Travel, specialists in providing holidays for the less mobile.
On the overnight routes there are four cabins per ship designed for disabled users. Two of these cabins are designed to allow ease of access, whilst the other two cabins are fitted with lifting equipment. Cabins have two single beds at normal height. Cabins without lifting equipment have an additional drop-down berth available for a carer. All the disabled cabins are fitted with a television. Accessible cabins have wide access electrically-operated doors and sinks at the correct height. Toilets are fitted with the required rails and handles. Each cabin is equipped with a waterproof seat which can be wheeled into the shower and toilet.
CAFE Centre for Access to Football in Europe We are working with supporters, clubs and governing bodies towards one clear aim - a more accessible and inclusive matchday experience for disabled supporters across Europe. We are associate partners of UEFA and work with them and their 54 member association. With UEFA, we have produced 'Access for All' - the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating and Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience. This guide provides a benchmark of good practice for both new and existing stadiums and is available in 12 languages. Our message is one that we want football to extend to: 'Total Football - Total Access' Centre for Access to Football in Europe, Regus House, Herons Way, Chester Business Park, Chester, CH4 9QR, UK
Working with the Scottish Government, the transport community and disabled people through their organisations, Transport Scotland seek to improve accessible travel in Scotland through the development of a 10 year plan; the Accessible...
Let’s be honest. Travelling is stressful. Even the most experienced traveller will have stressful moments at some point throughout their trip. Travelling with a disability brings added stress, but by no means does it make it impossible.
Two videophones for hearing impaired and speech-disabled travelers have been installed at Buffalo Niagara International Airport. One of the units is located at the east end of the lower/arrival level, while the other is in the observation area just past the security checkpoint of the upper/departure level, the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority announced. The service will be available for…
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