As lockdowns ease around the world, blind and partially sighted people face a growing number of social distancing challenges. Read more
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Sight Loss Councils are dedicated to campaigning for a society where blind and partially sighted people have access to goods and services at the same level as everybody else.
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Do you have concerns around the introduction of e-scooters? Are trains and buses accessible in your opinion? How could operators help you more? Have you been refused access to a taxi with your guide dog? Put your transport questions to a panel of Bristol Council and transport representatives at our Visual Impairment (VI) forum.
Lianne McKeon has literally become a voice for blind and partially sighted people in Birmingham.
Stagecoach West has introduced a new AV system on its buses in consultation with Gloucestershire Sight Loss Council.
E-scooter operator TIER's CEO commits to installing acoustic vehicle alert system to its scooters to provide warning to blind and partially sighted pedestrians.