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The Government is committed to providing an accessible public transport system in which disabled people have the same opportunities to travel as other members of society.  The Railways for All Strategy explains what Great Britain's railway industry is doing to improve access for disabled people.  It describes what is being done to improve information, stations and trains and explains how the £370million Access for All funding will be used to improve access at stations.

This section also contains information on technical standards including the rail vehicle accessibility regime (train) and Code of Practice (stations).

Railways for All Strategy

Contains the Railways for All Strategy and easy read version of the strategy.

Rail Vehicles

Contains information on the rail vehicle accessibility regime in Great Britain.

Rail Stations

Contains information on the Code of Practice (stations), as well as the Access for All Stations, How to Write Your Disabled People's Protection Policy (DPPP) and how to apply for Small Schemes funding for station accessibility improvements.