London has one of the most accessible transport networks in the world. While we have made
progress on accessibility, we recognise there is an enormous amount of work still to do.
One area where we can do more is information. Older and disabled people rely on having as
much information as possible about their journeys, whether planning beforehand or during their
journey, to give them confidence they can use the transport network. For many, the fear of not
knowing means they do not travel at all. For example, it is important wheelchair users know if a
station is step-free, and if it is that the lifts are working that day. Blind and vision impaired
people face a daily struggle of not only finding their bus stop, but then knowing their bus has
We are keen to hear from developers:
· Where are you using TFL data for accessibility purposes?
· What issues have you faced in integrating these data sources?
· What additional data sources would you like to see?