No Go Britain
Channel 4 News investigates the difficulties faced by disabled transport users.
As Channel 4 News launches No Go Britain, an investigation into transport for the disabled, the UK's most successful disabled athlete reveals how she was recently left stranded on a train.
As disabled passengers tweet their travels for No Go Britain, more cases emerge of wheelchair users forced to "get onto the train floor" to complete their journeys.
It was hailed as the most accessible Olympic and Paralympic Games ever. One year on, a 24-hour Twitter trial shows that public transport for disabled people is improving - but is still hit and miss.
As Channel 4 News hosts a debate between disability campaigners and representatives of London's transport network, charities and disabled people tell us their concerns.
Transport for London and Mayor Boris Johnson pledge to improve accessibility across the capital, including expanding a network of manual ramps on the Tube, following a No Go Britain story.
It is time to cough up some cash to improve access to football stadiums for disabled people, Minister for Disabled People Mike Penning MP tells the big clubs.
A mother says her disabled son, who has a severe muscle wasting condition, is being denied the chance to leave the house because of lack of funding for an appropriate wheelchair.
A disabled man wins a discrimination case against a transport company which refused to let him board a bus because a parent with a buggy was occupying the wheelchair space, writes Kate Ansell.
Access to public transport for disabled people is still unacceptably poor, despite the hoped-for Paralympic legacy, a committee of MPs warns.
Local councils are being encouraged to improve access to beaches and other tourist locations across the UK in a bid to increase the enjoyment of disabled visitors and boost business.