Guidance: Transport accessibility: rapid evidence review
In 2015, a rapid evidence review was commissioned to understand:
- the transport access barriers disabled people experience
- the social, economic and commercial costs and benefits of implementing measures to overcome these barriers.
Key findings were:
- the barriers for people with mobility and sensory impairments are better understood than those affecting people with a mental health, cognitive or behavioural impairment
- there is a lack of evidence regarding the economic, social and commercial costs and benefits of accessible transport
Published 25 February 2020