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National Rail Step Free Access Map

atmdesign
atmdesign Member Posts: 1 Listener
Hi everybody, I recently created a map of the national rail network showing where step free access is available and the levels of accessibility at stations. My hope is that this resource will make it easier for you to navigate the rail network, or perhaps even venture onto it for the first time, and hopefully making it easier to do so. You can view my map at www.grafxcraft.com/atmdesign I hope you find it helpful,
Alex. 

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  • Chloe_Scope
    Chloe_Scope Scope Posts: 10,545 Disability Gamechanger
    Thank you for sharing that @atmdesign! I am sure others will find this helpful!
    Scope

  • AwesomeAutisticLadx3
    AwesomeAutisticLadx3 Member Posts: 18 Connected
    atmdesign said:
    Hi everybody, I recently created a map of the national rail network showing where step free access is available and the levels of accessibility at stations. My hope is that this resource will make it easier for you to navigate the rail network, or perhaps even venture onto it for the first time, and hopefully making it easier to do so. You can view my map at www.grafxcraft.com/atmdesign I hope you find it helpful,
    Alex. 
    Thank you for sharing this ... I’ve found it very helpful :)
    Embrace positivity, and be you.
  • newborn
    newborn Member Posts: 746 Pioneering
    That is a brilliant  thing.  Thank you. 
    Official sources should a) havevdone it themselves,  b) be publicising it now

    But, in 2020, why is it needed?    Equality  of access should have become something taken for granted.   Rightly, there would be riots all over the country if one of the other Protected Equalities groups was excluded .  Can anyone imagine publishing a map showing  which stations were, or were not, allowing black people,  or gay people,  to access the services?

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