How easy it is for disabled travellers to cross London?

This is a great video from the BBC that I came across this morning and wanted to share: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01h34lp

Synopsis from BBC:

One year ago, London hosted the Paralympic Games with the bold hope that it would help change the perception of disability in the city.

The mayor and the British government say more disabled people travelled to more events at more locations than at any previous games.

So 12 months on, has the busy transport network improved for wheelchair users visiting London?

BBC’s Fast Track asked former Paralympian, Ade Adepitan, and disability campaigner, Christiane Link, to cross the city as fast as they possibly could.

 

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Publicerad den 26 september, 2013 av Alice Marshall
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Alice Marshall
Gender Equality & Diversity Consultant
Alice Marshall is a gender equality consultant at Add Gender. She wrote her Master's thesis at Stockholm University about best practices for gender equality in the IT industry. She is the only gender equality consultant in Sweden specializing in IT. She is very interested in gender equality and diversity as a strategy to make businesses more profitable, innovative and fun to work for. Before completing her Master's degree, she worked for Ernst & Young and Harlem Village Academies in New York.

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