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Reduced Mobility Rights Launches Enhanced Website

  • Written by News Desk

Reduced Mobility Rights, the news portal for disabled passengers and people with reduced mobility launches its enhanced website.


Two months away from its first anniversary, the news portal featuring news and information for passengers with reduced mobility and other disabilities launches the new release of its website.


The website is now easier to navigate than ever before. The News presentation is now featured on all article pages. Essential information for disabled passengers is now available on all pages.


Reduced Mobility Rights has been enhanced with the use of the latest web technologies. By example, the social share bar is now featured on the left side of all articles. This nonintrusive position allows readers to easily and instantly share articles through their social network personal pages.


Features like the one allowing easy access to most read articles are intended to substantially enhance readers’ experience. The glossary feature allows readers to read the definition of technical terms without leaving the story.


Further technical features improving the site’s speed have been introduced.


“We worked very hard to give our ever growing audience the best possible website experience,” Reduced Mobility Rights Editor-in-Chief Roberto Castiglioni said.



Until getting in touch with Reduced Mobility Rights airports or airlines were not responding to me. I was made to feel isolated and worthless. Thanks to RMR I have been given a voice that in turn enabled me the confidence to travel again.

Darren Smith

Company Info

Reduced Mobility Rights Limited
Registered in England and Wales.
Company No : 07748812
9 Dalton House, 60 Windsor Avenue, London
United Kingdom, SW19 2RR
Phone: +44.(0)7786.993741



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