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.
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