Access Advisr is a website that contains information about the ease-of-access at shops, cafes, nightclubs, transport stops and stations.
Access Advisr is a website that helps you find out, and rate, how accessible different places, and transport networks are. Unlike other sites, Access Advisr doesn't rely solely upon static audited information, or the 'official' information made available by transport system operators. Uniquely, the site enables people to share their advice and experiences (good or bad) on how accessible they find different places and transport networks in the UK.
A live community of people can use it to contribute their views, opinions, photos, and videos based on their experiences. Our quest is to make the transport and destination information available in the public domain better reflect people's real-world experiences. Your contributions will help anyone who needs a bit more information about the accessibility of the place they are travelling to, or the stops, stations, parking bays and services they will use to get there - you are in control!
As more information is gathered, Access Advisr will be particularly helpful for people who experience mobility impairments that prevent them from getting around with ease (of whom there are estimated to be 10 million in the UK). Many people occasionally need a bit more information on this topic when planning or making a journey. In developing this site we have worked with disability groups, individuals, bus and train companies and specialist service providers to try and ensure it meets your needs and expectations.