transport

The Future of Transport in an Ageing Society

23rd June 2015, International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK)

Britain’s public transport system is failing older people, according to a new study. A third of British pensioners never use public transport despite being eligible for a free bus pass, and half use it less than once a month. The most common complaint from those aged 65 and over was that public transport is “not convenient and does not go where you want”, the report (pdf) by the International Longevity Centre thinktank and charity Age UK found.

Attitudes of Disabled and Older People to Public Transport, November 2014 - January 2015

27th April 2015, Department for Regional Development (NI)

This statistical report presents the results of the Attitudes of Disabled and Older People to Public Transport Survey that was developed by the Central Statistics and Research Branch (CSRB) in the Department for Regional Development (DRD) (NI)in conjunction with the Inclusive Mobility and Transport Advisory Committee (IMTAC) and carried out between 17th November 2014 and 16th January 2015.  This is the first such report produced by CSRB.  It can be accessed on the DRD website at:

 

Myths about older drivers