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Campaign for Better Transport Jun 27
Over a third of disabled people surveyed said they had experienced problems using trains in the last year as a result of their disability. - please sign this petition from .
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Nick Thomas-Symonds Apr 7
I’ve been championing improved accessibility at Cwmbran station. Delighted we've got funding to become step-free. campaign revealed over 40% of train stations not step-free. This is much-needed progress but more to do!
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Leonard Cheshire Apr 4
The funding announcement today doesn’t go far enough. Train stations don’t work for many disabled people. We need full step-free stations across the whole rail network. What’s it like in your area?
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Emma Dent Coad Jul 4
Good quality, accessible public transport means that disabled people can live, learn and work independently as they choose. Sign the petition to improve accessible train journeys for disabled people
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Andrew Gwynne MP Jul 9
📰 READ: I'm backing 's new campaign calling on the Government to make sure that disabled people have better access to public transport
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ukcommonsstats Jun 27
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Indayenu Jones & the last chametz Mar 18
Is your local station step-free? Find out and write to the rail companies to make transport more accessible for disabled people!
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Tom Brake MP Jul 10
I support campaign for better trains for disabled people now
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KIDS Jul 10
‘I genuinely think that people believe we shouldn’t be out alone,’ says Meg. For disabled children & young people, accessible transport isn’t just about ramps or doors – it’s about attitudes.
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Jim McMahon MP Jun 27
Many disabled people face unacceptable barriers in accessing public transport. I’ve heard too many cases where a lack of infrastructure or inconsiderate operators exclude disabled people. Time this changed which is why I’m supporting Leonard Cheshire campaign.
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Leonard Cheshire in Scotland Apr 18
There will be an interactive map to enable passengers to establish information on the accessibility of train stations
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Leonard Cheshire in Scotland Apr 16
Did you know that over 40 per cent of railway stations do not have step-free access for people?
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Leonard Cheshire Apr 15
Our Campaigns Manager spoke to Phil at @RadioHumbersideabout about our transport campaign, following the announcement that Bridlington Station is one of 73 stations to receive Access for All funding. Listen from 2:01:22.
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Damien Moore MP Apr 12
Delighted that our campaign to improve accessibility at Hillside station in Southport has been successful, and we now have funding to make the station step-free. I want to thank and my colleagues at 🚆
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Louise Ellman MP Apr 9
Replying to @LouiseEllman
More must be done to ensure disabled people are able to use public transport with ease and confidence.
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Rezina Hakim Mar 19
Attending today's TFL Access for All event. Great to hear open with their Chair- "challenge the status quo, don't give up".
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Sophie Lock Mar 7
Great to hear about transport campaign at . and make trains more accessible!
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Deal Town Mar 3
No, no, no! You are just not listening ! We want STEP FREE access at DEAL
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Dominic Lund-Conlon Dec 7
Arrived at Chelmsford at 0930. It's now 0932 and I'm on the train. Those guys are awesome at keeping me moving. 5 stars ✨ (1 of which put me on the train)
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Rezina Hakim Nov 29
3 reasons for esp ♥️'ing my team this week: 1. Awesome launch with new & exciting action 2. Team meeting crafting sesh 3. Celebratory cheese & chat
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