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mikeymikemikeymike Member Posts: 40 Courageous
hi all as some of you may know I am intending to make a series of video blogs covering a wide range of subjects on issues related to disability my first subject will be about one near and dear to all of us transportation. Now I live in London and the buses here have ramps for access I would like some feedback from people who live in areas that don’t have this and also those that do so I can get some idea of areas to highlight 


  • GettinOldeGettinOlde Member Posts: 495 Pioneering
    It's not too bad in Bath. Not that I use them much, the busses here used to have the ability to lower and raise their suspension and also had a hydraulic ramp in the doorway, but the last time I saw one in use on a newer vehicle, the driver had to leave her position and manually lower and raise the ramp for a guy on a mobility scooter.
    Resident joker - not to be taken too seriously ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • mikeymikemikeymike Member Posts: 40 Courageous
    thank you for your feedback
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