Brandon Trust's Commons plea
BRISTOL-based charity the Brandon Trust held an event in the House of Commons to highlight the problems facing people with learning difficulties using public transport.
The event yesterday was coupled with a new report published by the charity, which reveals the results of a UK-wide survey which backs up their call for improvements.
The report outlines public transport-related issues and offers possible solutions, along with case studies. Among the problems raised in the report is a continued lack of accessibility to public transport – from difficulty boarding a vehicle to issues using timetables and route signage.
Brandon Trust chief Executive Lucy Hurst Brown said: "Access to transport is a key ingredient and this event is a great opportunity to promote improvements to accessing public transport and thereby true inclusion in society."
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