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Chapter 3: Travel

 

Section 1 - Travelling in general

Included in this section: 1.a. Planning journeys and finding information about public transport

 

Travel can be a difficult situation for people with a hearing loss because there is so much noise and so many things which can’t be planned for.

Some people find that planning their journey in advance can be very helpful and make them feel more confident about travelling alone. Below are some ways that you can find out information about various forms of public transport.

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1.a. Planning journeys and finding information about public transport

The Traveline website covers most forms of public transport.

Information about public transport can be obtained before you travel from Traveline. This covers: buses, coaches, trains, ferries, trams, metro and underground - throughout England, Wales and Scotland. Enquiries can be made for journeys between any two stops in the country – (with many regions you can also plan journeys by using postcodes and addresses as the TO and FROM.

Website: www.traveline.org.uk
Phone: 0871 200 22 33
Or you can use their Contact Us page online form

 

 

 

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