Travelling around Southend-on-Sea if you have a disability presents a very specific set of challenges. If you need information on accessibility, the following websites may be useful.
Accessibility in Southend:
Visit Southend provides a good breakdown of the borough’s services.
Travelling by Bus:
Arriva has a policy towards customers with a disability which provides details on the services you can expect.
First provides information on how to travel with them if you have specific needs such as low floor access.
National Express has a Q&A on assisted travel.
Travelling by Train:
You can check train station facilities on the National Rail website.
C2C has details on assisted travel as well as a helpline for more information and support.
Greater Anglia provides information on accessibility.
Travelling by Air:
If you’re heading to London Southend Airport, find out about its special assistance provisions.
But as well as giving you some helpful info, we’d love to hear from you. If you have any ideas on how to travel better around Southend-on-Sea with a disability, please share them so that others can benefit too.