Disabled people are still being treated as second class on public transport

Inadequate staff training and poor provision can make travelling by bus difficult for many disabled people [Image: Monkey Business Images/REX].

Inadequate staff training and poor provision can make travelling by bus difficult for many disabled people [Image: Monkey Business Images/REX].

‘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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3 thoughts on “Disabled people are still being treated as second class on public transport

  1. jeffrey davies

    see paula peters fb page on this rail ways answer to it was they give out disabled cards to show pasengers that they disabled so could they give their seat up yep we back to that again but the youngsters sitting down returned with social scrounger ans thats putting it nicely

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      That’s exactly what This Writer predicted for that system (admittedly on the advice of VP readers).

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