Staying Connected, Staying Safe with Regional Driving Assessment Centre
Some useful Regional Transport Hub Project information from Regional Driving Assessment Centre (RDAC) for Hull and East Riding and Greater Manchester areas.
Driving Mobility assessments reopen to safely support disabled drivers
Driving Mobility assessment centres reopening services with Covid-19 safety measures so drivers can once again receive expert guidance regarding assisted motoring.
Motability Post FAQs from the Motability Scheme regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on website
Motability updates website to include a useful list of FAQs regarding COVID-19.
Motability, the charity, is closed until further notice
Motability, the Charity, are currently pausing all applications for individual charitable grants until further notice
Motability cancel regional One Big Day events and postpone The Big Event
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, Motability regret to announce the cancellation of some of their regional One Big Day events and the postponement of The Big Event.
Coronavirus: Helping Others and Yourselves – Useful Links and Information
Useful links and information concerning the Coronavirus outbreak which you may find useful. Please feel free to share.
COVID Symptom Tracker
New app launched to help slow the spread of #COVID19 and identify at risk cases sooner by self-reporting your symptoms daily, even if you feel well.
Newcastle HUB project
Vera shared how lonely and isolated she was felt in conversations with the Regional Transport Hub in Newcastle. As a result of this, the Hub supported her in joining Community Transport’s ‘Pop to the Shops’ weekly group.
Rail stations across Great Britain receive £20m funding boost for accessibility improvements
Disabled passengers across Great Britain are set to benefit from accessibility improvements at 124 stations thanks to a £20m government fund.
Transport Secretary accelerates progress on accessibility with campaign to improve disabled passengers’ journeys
Grant Shapps is accelerating progress to make the UK a world leader for accessible travel as a new Government campaign launches to improve the journeys of disabled passengers on public transport.