Travel Safe Guide and Access Travel Wallet

The Department for Infrastructure (DfI) has introduced the Travel Safe Guide for people with learning disabilities. This guide has been developed in partnership with a number of stakeholders as a learning tool to help people with learning disabilities how to travel safely and independently.

More about the Travel Safe Guide

You can find out more about the Guide on the nidirect website:

The refreshed Travel Safe Guide has now been completed following further consultation with many of the groups previously approached in addition to several new organisations, namely:

  • Autism Network (NI)
  • Disability Action
  • Volunteer Now

In consultation with the above groups, we have refocused and updated images and information on a number of key areas including, Personal Safety, Road Skills, Using the Bus/Train, and the former Door-2-Door service, now operated by Disability Action and known as the Disability Action Transport Service.

Access Travel Wallet

An image showing an Access Travel Wallet

The Access Travel Wallet scheme is the latest DfI initiative to help make journeys by bus or train easier for passengers with learning, hearing or visual needs. You can find out more about the wallet on the nidirect website:

How to get a copy of the Travel Safe Guide

The Department will send you a copy of the guide if you contact the Sustainable Transport Branch.

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