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SIS supports all initiatives to improve access to, and the availability of, public transport for people with disabilities.

Please get in touch and let us know if you have experienced any improvements when using any form of public transport - trains, buses, taxis, ferries, air travel...has it got better over the years? Or do you still prefer to travel by car? If so, what are the benefits and are there difficulties associated with car travel too? How useful is the Blue Badge parking scheme for drivers or passengers with disabilities?

We would love to hear your stories, please share your experiences - especially if you can share tips that may be of use to other disabled travellers contemplating a trip.
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#accessibility in transport - Claire Byrne, representing Spinal Injuries Scotland helped to shape our #goingfurther accessible travel framework bit.ly/2dYWzJC

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Push to the train station every week day in October

Cameron Halsall
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Bank of Scotland Great Scottish 10K

Kevin White
4th of October 2015
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New York Marathon 2015

Kerry Hird
1st November 2015
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Various Cycling Events

Nicola Laurenson
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Half Marathon a Month for a Year

Norman Dixon
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