For many disabled people, travelling on trains can be something of a nightmare.
One wheelchair user from Crowthorne says she's had enough of being humiliated on her journeys, by being unable to get on or off carriages.
Miranda Lloyd says she often gets stuck on trains because there's either a lack of ramps or no train staff available to help. One journey that should have taken 25 minutes took an hour and a half just because she couldn't get off.
Watch Cary Johnston's report below:
Miranda Lloyd has been a train passenger all her life. She's says over the years, the plight of wheelchair users has often been neglected.
Despite improvements, getting on and off the train can still be a humiliating experience.
Miranda herself filmed what happened as she tried to disembark at Wokingham Station. She then has to wait for a platform ramp to be brought, which itself can delay the train.
Eventually, the ramp arrives, though she says often this doesn't happen as either there aren't enough platform staff or the train itself doesn't have a ramp on board.
On one recent journey, she was simply unable to get off the train and Wokingham, so was forced to travel onto Reading instead. Eventually, enduring a round trip of an hour and a half, for a journey that should have taken around 25 minutes.
However, transport campaign groups say a lot more needs to be done across the Thames Valley and beyond, with wheelchair users still becoming stuck on trains on a daily basis.
Katie Pennick - Transport for All:
Disabled passengers hope this experience will soon be a thing of the past, as they continue to campaign for a smoother and more equitable train experience in the years ahead.