NTA are looking for your feedback on the accessibility on Public Transport

The National Transport Authority are asking for passengers to provide feedback on how accessible you find the public transport system in your own area.

Accessible travel is an on-going endeavour to ensure all operators provide safe, accessible and friendly access to all its passengers, regardless of their mobility difficulties, age or disabilities. It is now possible to map out your journey before you depart. The TFI Journey Planner is Ireland’s only door-to-door route planner and the service also highlights if the mode of transport is wheelchair accessible.

The NTA operate the public transport system by contracts with Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann, Irish Rail, Luas, Go Ahead and TFI Local Link. They also provide licences to taxi’s and private buses and coaches.

If you would like to participate in the survey, it can be found on the NTA’s website at www.transportforireland.ie/getting-around/accessible-travel-information/

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