Tackling isolation and loneliness through transport-led interventions
The costs, causes and impact of isolation and loneliness are many and varied.
Watch this video and visit https://yousmartthing.com/freedom to tell us your opinion on where you think the You. Smart. Thing. Travel Assistant should be integrated, in order to have the greatest impact on rural isolation and loneliness.Read More
TOC Ability is a new digital platform providing a blueprint for removing barriers to travel for disabled passengers. The £1.4 million TOC Ability research and development project has today released its final report, which shows how digital technology can be harnessed to enhance the accessibility and inclusivity of rail services for disabled customers.Read More
‘Smart-train’ Passenger Counting & Real-time Information System Successfully Piloted by Chiltern Railways
“It’s been fantastic to be able to engage train staff and passengers in testing a system that reconciles real-time information from individual carriages with timetabled train services.”
Chris Thompson, Chief Strategy Officer, Enable iDRead More
TOC Ability – January 2018 development update
TOC Ability is a seven-partner consortium who are developing a digital platform to improve the rail travel experience for customers with accessibility needs in the UK. Co-funded by the Rail Safety Standards Board (RSSB) TOC’16 Innovation Programme, the project aims to improve travelling by train for disabled people.Read More
A unique transport network big data collaboration is set to ease congestion and help put the UK economy on the right track.
Brits will be amongst the first in the world to get chance to try out the latest Internet and personal information management technology, tailored to their travel needs.Read More
We launched Enable iD in January 2015. In the December I’d declared that the prospect of building a company around people’s digital identity was both a daunting and exhilarating challenge. A year into our mission to connect people, products and services more effectively, I’m now pleased to declare that we’ve made significant progress.Read More