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Posted by: N V Brooks
Date/Time: 15/02/20 11:02:00

Sorry Nicholas but HS2 will not solve the problem of accessibility.

Many older and most disabled people are simply disenfranchised from using public transport at anything other than the level of a shared bus (and even these are not fully accessible).

There is, as an example only one FULLY accessible tube station in the borough of Ealing and only then if you wish to travel northbound from North Ealing.

The approved plans for Ealing Broadway station don't even include a drop-off point for disabled passengers so it's not going to improve any time soon while councils are so ruddy short-sighted.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Smart Motorways30/01/20 07:38:00 Nicholas Beard
   Re:Smart Motorways30/01/20 15:59:00 Philippa Bond
      Re:Re:Smart Motorways30/01/20 23:49:00 Christopher Gillie
         Re:Re:Re:Smart Motorways13/02/20 21:29:00 Philippa Bond
            Reply13/02/20 21:44:00 N V Brooks
               Smart Motorways14/02/20 12:33:00 Philip Coe
                  Re:Smart Motorways15/02/20 08:49:00 Philippa Bond
                     Re:Re:Smart Motorways15/02/20 09:03:00 Nicholas Beard
                        Reply15/02/20 11:02:00 N V Brooks
                           Re:Reply15/02/20 12:50:00 Jennifer Selig
         Re:Re:Re:Smart Motorways11/03/20 06:54:00 Nicholas Beard
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Smart Motorways11/03/20 18:37:00 Philippa Bond

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