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Sarah 💀🖤♿️ 28 Mar 18
I booked assistance, assist me!!! I’ve never had a train journey I haven’t hated
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Dr Amit Patel 28 Mar 18
One small act of kindness could have turned this situation around completely
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Kika 🇬🇧 5 Apr 18
Thank you for having us on . I hope our interview will encourage more commuters to be aware of the people around them. Whose journey could you make a little easier today? 🚂🚌
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Rachel Burden 7 Nov 18
Tomorrow we’re looking at how much progress has been made with making transport more accessible for people with a disability ? breakfast
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Blair LM Kelley, PhD Sep 12
I’m participating in a black women’s book club event in Durham this Saturday featuring my first book Right to Ride. I’m thrilled that the BOOKS CAME ON TIME!!!
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Transport for All 7 Jan 19
Two years on from 's Supreme Court victory & disabled ppl still need to argue their way into the wheelchair priority space! Govt and operators must do more to enforce the space. Join our Bus Day of Action to help change this 🚌
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Carine Marzin 26 Jan 19
See article 16 - I would love to find out how many companies are complying cc
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Kika 🇬🇧 6 Apr 18
Please be aware of those who may need a seat & make space for wheelchair users on public transport. You never know one day you may need someone to show you an act of kindness!
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Jess Miller 27 Mar 18
Sadly, the failure to invest in adequate cycling infrastructure will cost lives. There were two cyclist fatalities in the past week alone
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John Nichol 15 Feb 18
Please, PLEASE. Show some understanding, courtesy & kindness if you see guiding . make a brilliant team but sometimes need a little patience from you.
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Worlds Of Wonder 23 Jan 18
Get ready for a fun-hoopla with Worlds of Wonder this Republic Day! To Participate in our contest follow the link , and get a chance to win 1+1 free entry tickets!
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Mik Scarlet 8 Jun 18
It's so heartbreaking. The decades of struggle & campaigning to get the rail network where it was, with effort from Disabled & non-disabled people, only to see it undone. All involved in this decision should hang their heads in shame.
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Alan Benson 19 May 18
There's an army of us fighting the good fight, both united and as individual commandos. Know that you are not alone
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🌺Sian🌺 15 Feb 18
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archana 22 Jan 18
... I want to try this ride with my bestie jazz
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Angel 22 Jan 18
I want to go with my husband aaditya mehrotra but I want my these friends will also win this great chance.. @imdk01
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Dr Hannah Barham-Brown 27 Mar 18
Wheeled uphill, in the rain, from to - and there’s no one in the mobility access office. But there’s a queue of us waiting for help. Good job I’m not in a rush... oh wait, I am.
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Nicky Clark 27 Mar 18
Taking our learning disabled autistic daughter on holiday by plane later this year, for 1st time in eleven years. We’re worried about how her disability will be perceived & if she has behaviours of distress she’ll be allowed to fly.
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Transport for All 27 Nov 18
Find out what accessible transport services you could be missing out on! Contact us:
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Dr Hannah Barham-Brown 27 Mar 18
Replying to @HannahPopsy
IT GETS BETTER. Grunted at by staff when they arrive late (no apology), sent down to platform like I’m an idiot (why tell me to go to the office then?!), &there’s no one there with a ramp. Turns up 1 min to go, grumbles at me, puts me ON THE WRONG END OF THE TRAIN.
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