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124 railway stations across Great Britain will receive a total of 20 million GBP (23.7 million euros | 25.9 million USD) in funding to improve accessibility.
Police have launched an investigation after a group of teenagers reportedly racially abused two Asian bus passengers by accusing them of having the Coronavirus.
New protective orders to safeguard those at risk.
A scheme offering free transport to people facing poverty and isolation is being trialled in north east Fife.
Transport operators face legal action if their services do not meet the needs of disabled and older passengers.
A Jordanian medical student’s placement to NHS Fife’s Urology Department has helped her in her bid to become only the second female urologist in her home country.
ScotRail has teamed up with InterpreterNow to introduce a new British Sign Language (BSL) app to Scotland’s Railway, a first for the UK rail industry.
A bid for funding to create disabled access for commuters at Burntisland train station has been rejected for a second time.
Access is to be improved at 73 rail stations in Britain as part of a £300m investment, the government says.
Train organisations in Scotland are supporting a schoolgirl’s campaign to raise awareness of ‘invisible’ disabilities.
More than 40 per cent of UK stations are not accessible to physically disabled people, according to new research published today by disability charity Leonard Cheshire.
A disabled man said he is too scared to travel by bus after he was almost kicked off a by a driver because of issues with his pass.