‘It really knocks my confidence’ My life as a wheelchair user at Wales’ train stations | ITV News


Builders of train stations “need to think more about disabled people”, according to a campaigner from Cardiff

Source: ‘It really knocks my confidence’ My life as a wheelchair user at Wales’ train stations | ITV News

One thought on “‘It really knocks my confidence’ My life as a wheelchair user at Wales’ train stations | ITV News

  1. In this day and age it is extremely disgraceful that there are areas and facilities which are not accessible to people in wheelchairs. This is especially so after the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, then the Equalities Act 2020, but there were so many loopholes and exemptions that it was fairly easy, at times to not comply.

    There was the costs, timescales and others, none of which made life any better for people in wheelchairs, in fact it created a class structure and made it impossible for some disabled people to effectively not be able to travel any lengths of distance.

    Why should one section of any communities be so severely restricted for we are in the 21 st century while it felt we were and are in the 18th

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