Disabled people are still being treated as second class on public transport | Public Leaders Network | The Guardian

This is a general public transport piece rather than London specific, but many of the worst instances cited in this article occurred in London due the particularly heavy usage og public transport in the capital…

‘You’re never free of worry’: buses and trains can be a lifeline for disabled people, but cuts and poor planning are preventing independent travel

Source: Disabled people are still being treated as second class on public transport | Public Leaders Network | The Guardian

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