Campaigner’s Research Shows Rail Access Information Is Often ‘Wildly Inaccurate’ – Accessibility News, your Online Magazine Devoted to Disability Accessibility.

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Information used by disabled passengers to check if a rail station is accessible is frequently “wildly inaccurate”, and often leads them to book travel to and from stations they cannot access, according to new research. Read more athttps://www.accessibilitynewsinternational.com/campaigners-research-shows-rail-access-information-is-often-wildly-inaccurate/ Related

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VIA Rail Pledges to Improve Rail Accessibility – Accessibility News International

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VIA Rail Canada Inc. last week announced additional steps toward ensuring universal accessibility in order to meet requirements set out by the Canadian Transportation Agency. To increase accessibility, VIA Rail is proposing: telephone reservations for riders with disabilities or functional limitations unable to make reservations on the website;curbside assistance from select station entrances to the […]

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