Using public transport post-lockdown


Staff member
Apr 29, 2014
Over the years, Alzheimer's Society has worked to influence transport providers on steps they can take to improve transport for people affected by dementia. They have now put in place some changes to reduce the spread of Covid-19. Some of these changes include:
  • Enforcing one-way systems and two metre distancing
  • Wearing face masks
  • Removing cash payments
  • Opening windows
Your views and insights will help our Programme Partnerships team to deliver key messages to the Department of Transport, and other transport providers. These messages will support people affected by dementia to safely and confidently return to public transport post-lockdown.

If you have time, please fill in the short survey below and let the team know how you feel about using public transport after lockdown eases.

Thanks everyone :)