This does not appear to fall under any of the other categories, so I have started a new one. Not everyone is a car driver, I haven't owned a car for a number of years. Other players, even if they do own cars prefer to travel by train. Recently, a number of congresses have been held at venues with poor public transport, that is five miles or more from the nearest train station. For someone without a car like myself unless I can negotiate a ride I'm faced with the choice of struggling with local bus services which are often very infrequent and sometimes non-existent, or paying large sums of money for a taxi, adding to the cost of a weekend. Neither of these are attractive options, so the consequence is I tend to stear clear of these congresses. I know venues that tick all the boxes are not easy to find, but public transport accessibility should be one of the boxes that are ticked.