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If you want to improve transport for disabled people and are a transport operator, technology company, disability group or an organisation that can reach the travelling public, we would love to hear from you.

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With your support ‘it’s everyone’s journey’ will help to make public transport more inclusive and accessible for the 1 in 5 people in the UK who are disabled. We’re looking for innovative ideas and ways to bring the campaign to life and reach our audience of disabled people and other public transport users.

If you or your organisation has links to these groups, the sections below will provide you with you information about how you can get involved and support the campaign.

Partner resources

Whether you’re an existing partner or a new one, this is where you’ll find the campaign resources you need.

REAL training for operator staff

The Department for Transport’s free, ready-made and easy to use, package of training content for operators.

Case Studies

Practical examples of how our partner operators are making transport more inclusive and accessible.

Inclusive Transport Leaders Scheme

The scheme which provides transport operators with recognition for improving public transport accessibility.

By joining us you could:

  • work with us and other partners to create exciting and impactful initiatives and communications
  • raise the profile of your organisation as an inclusive employer by showcasing the forward thinking work your organisation is doing
  • use the ‘it’s everyone’s journey‘ brand to identify your own activity or event under our collective banner
  • use our communication materials, tag us on X / Twitter or Facebook and use #ItsEveryonesJourney to be part of the conversation
  • share inspiring stories of improvements to public transport

Sign up to our newsletter and register your support as a campaign partner

Register your support today and you’ll receive newsletter updates, plus the resources, ideas and materials you’ll need to participate in the campaign and help to improve the experiences of the millions of disabled people who use public transport every day.


Who is ‘it’s everyone’s journey’ talking to?

The campaign aims to communicate with all public transport users, including disabled people and their companions and support workers.

How can I support ‘it’s everyone’s journey’?

We’re always looking for organisations to lend their support to the campaign, and help us to make transport more inclusive.

If you’re interested in becoming a partner or a supporter, just fill out the form on the newsletter section of this site.

How can I keep updated with campaign developments?

To follow campaign developments, sign up to our newsletter.

What is the Department for Transport doing to make transport more inclusive?

This government wants to see disabled people have the same access to transport as everyone else, and to be able to travel confidently, easily and without extra cost. By 2030, we envisage equal access for disabled people using the transport system, with assistance if physical infrastructure remains a barrier.

Find out more about the progress that has already been made with the government’s Inclusive Transport Strategy – one year on summary report or for the latest news and announcements visit GOV.UK.

I would like to use ‘it’s everyone’s journey’ in my company’s communications. Where can I download brand materials?

Visit the resources section of this website for ‘it’s everyone’s journey’ branding and guidance on how to show your support, or contact us if you have any queries.

I’m not a charity or transport operator, can I still support the campaign?

If your organisation regularly communicates with the travelling public or has links with the disabled community, we’d love to hear from you! Register your support, or contact us at

Who else is involved?

We are working with a range of partners to bring about change for disabled people.

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Arriva logo
Brighton & Hove buses logo
British Airways logo
CPT logo
Crohn's and Colitis UK logo
East Yorkshire logo
First logo
Forest logo
Go Ahead logo
Go East Anglia logo
Greater Anglia logo
Govia Thameslink Railways logo
Guide Dogs logo
Great Western Railway logo
Heathrow airport logo
Home Office logo
Hover Travel logo
Leonard Cheshire logo
Lime logo
Little People logo
LNER logo
London Gatwick Airport logo
Maritime and Coastguard Agency logo
Mencap logo
National Autistic Society logo
Parkinsons logo
Rail Delivery Group logo
RNIB logo
Scope logo
Shaw Trust logo
Stagecoach logo
Suffolk on board logo
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UK Civil Aviation Authority logo
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