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Planning a journey and accessibility

Staying active and getting around independently are important for everyone, particularly as we age.

The following groups and organisations can help you live life to the fullest and get from A to B throughout Plymouth if you have mobility issues. 

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  • Walking aids, wheelchairs and mobility scooters: Whether you require a walking stick for added stability or a wheelchair or mobility scooter for longer distances, this section explores the different options available and where to find them.
  • Senior Railcard: If you enjoy exploring further afield, the Senior Railcard can help you save money on train travel throughout the UK. 
  • Free bus pass for concessionary travel: Many people qualify for a free bus pass, allowing for discounted or even free travel on local buses. 
  • Blue Badge Scheme: The Blue Badge scheme allows those with severe mobility limitations to park closer to their destinations. Learn about the eligibility criteria and how to apply for a Blue Badge.

Access Plymouth Ltd

Access Plymouth is a local charity which exists to help Plymouth residents and visitors with their mobility needs.


AccessAble provides free, detailed access information for disabled people across the UK. Each venue has been visited and checked - find out which hotels, cinemas, restaurants, pubs, train stations, shops, solicitor's offices and all sorts of services are accessible to you.

Blue Badge Transport

Blue Badge Transport is Plymouth's wheelchair-friendly transport company.

Radar NKS Key

The Radar Key National Key Scheme allows disabled people to use around 4,000 locked public toilets throughout the country.

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