We are campaigning to make transport accessible to everybody.
There are too many stations across Great Britain that disabled people can’t use.
Tell your local rail company to make more stations step-free NOW. We all have the right to travel freely whenever we want to, and for disabled people it shouldn’t be any different.
This needs to change
Leonard Cheshire research has found that over 40 per cent of all railway stations in Great Britain do not have step-free access available for disabled people.
It means you have to consider which jobs to go for, some are just not an option. If someone offered you a promotion and you think there’s a train station around the corner but scope it out and it’s actually too far or there’s steps then it will make the difference between going for the job or not.Vinny, a Leonard Cheshire Campaigner
Tell your rail operator to make travel more accessible NOW!
Across the whole country, 40% of railway stations do not have step-free access.
This is unacceptable. Write to your local station to change this NOW!