Changes to accessible toilets on the railways are underway. That’s according to the government after Paralympian Anne Wafula Strike highlighted the issue.
Information about the availability of accessible toilets in advance of journeys will be made clearer, and when facilities are out of service, advance warning before the train departs will be given. The rail industry has also been challenged by the government to ensure accessible toilets are fixed more quickly.
But does this go far enough?
If you were told that the accessible toilet on the train you want to travel on is out of service, would you still travel on the service or wait for the next one?
Access London would like to know what you think, and your experiences of using or trying to use accessible toilets on London’s trains.
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