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APPLY FOR INCLUSIVE TRANSPORT LEADERS SCHEME ACCREDITATION - PSV

26 Feb 2020

The Inclusive Transport Leaders Scheme is a Department for Transport initiative to improve disabled people’s access to transport. It promotes good practice and provides a framework for transport operators to make services more accessible.

 

Details

These documents set out the criteria for transport operators to achieve Inclusive Transport Leaders Scheme (ITLS) accreditation as Inclusive Transport Committed, Inclusive Transport Operator or Inclusive Transport Leader. This criteria can be used by transport operators as a toolkit to make services more accessible for all, and to identify further improvements as they progress through their accreditation journey.

 

We have also published guidance on consulting with disabled people for ITLS accreditation, the ITLS accreditation terms and conditions and a promotional leaflet for operators.

 

Submit your application for Inclusive Transport Committed, Inclusive Transport Operator or Inclusive Transport Leader accreditation.

 

Details

This form guides transport operators through the process of applying to be:

  • Inclusive Transport Committed
  • Inclusive Transport Operator
  • Inclusive Transport Leader

Read our introduction to Inclusive Transport Leaders Scheme accreditation before you apply.

For your application to be considered as part of the first accreditation cycle, it must be submitted by 3 April 2020. You will then be notified of the outcome of your application by 22 May 2020.

There will be 2 further accreditation cycles in 2020.