A young campaigner from the West says local transport is failing a generation of disabled people.
Steve Ledbrook from Weston-Super-Mare took part in a nine month undercover investigation which revealed a bleak picture of young disabled people turned away from journeys, facing abuse and left stranded.
His findings contributed to a report by Muscular Dystrophy UK - which will be discussed in Parliament.
The End of the Line report shares disturbing experiences across buses, trains, taxis and the underground.
The UK-wide report found:
Shocking accounts of abuse and threats from staff and passengers.
A disabled passenger hospitalised by the dangerous design of a bus.
Two thirds denied from boarding a bus due to the negative attitude of the driver or public.
A third of disabled people left stranded after taxis refused pick-up because of their disability.
A quarter unable to use their nearest train station and having to travel miles in a costly taxi to an accessible one.
Steve, who has Becker muscular dystrophy, said he was outraged disabled people were being refused travel due to a lack of train staff.
He added that just a simple addition of lifts at train stations would give disabled people the freedom to travel enjoyed by others.
Following the report Muscular Dystrophy UK Trailblazers will call for:
Taxi operators to increase the number of accessible taxis in the UK and ensure any app-based technology provides an accessible service.
The Government to work with groups such as Trailblazers to ensure the transport needs of disabled people are met.