Transport for London has been setting out plans to make the capital's transport network easier to use for disabled passengers. The investment will improve accessibility to the bus network, and increase the number of stations with step free access.
Transport for London is promising to make major improvements to the transport system to help disabled passengers. Among the measures being taken are making more Tube and train stations step-free and making bus stops more accessible.
The Deputy Mayor for Transport Isabel Dedring said many disabled passengers need more advice and information on what facilities are available.
Mayor Boris Johnson and TFL will today outline a new plan to make London transport more accessible for disabled people.Today's programme will build on and expand existing projects to improve stations, stops and train with focus on access for disabled communters.
TfL says it wants to radically improve the information available to disabled passengers as they plan and makejourneys.
Transport for London has released a series of videos showing how disabled passengers can use public transport during the Olympics and Paralympics. TfL has also promised that 16 key Tube stations will have temporary boarding ramps so wheelchair users can board trains.