Motability: Travelling with Confidence Grants

Grants are available for projects that help disabled people feel empowered and supported to travel independently on public transport. Examples of what might be funded include:

  • improving awareness of responsibilities and influencing policy and practice in the transport sector
  • embedding a user-led approach to inclusive design and delivery of transport services
  • scaling, promoting awareness of, and increasing access to, travel training programmes
  • developing accessible tools and technology solutions that support journey planning and in-journey navigation.

£100,000 – £1m. Non-profit. No deadline.

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