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Is public transport letting people with disabilities down?

Wheelchair users are being treated unfairly and continually let down over breakdowns on lifts alo...

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15.07 28 Aug 2019


Is public transport letting people with disabilities down?


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15.07 28 Aug 2019


Wheelchair users are being treated unfairly and continually let down over breakdowns on lifts along train lines - that is according to Bernard Mulvany, father of a child with disabilities and one of the founders of ‘Access for All’, which aims to raise awareness of accessibility issues. Susan chats to Brendan and hears from listeners.


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