|deird1 (deird1) wrote in trouble,|
- All the "higher-ups" in Public Transport just had to take a course where they had to use wheelchairs, scooters, etc around public transport, and discuss all the issues they encountered and how to solve them.
- Every single station or tram stop that gets updated at all has to be fully accessible after the update.
- We're producing a whole stack of requirements for making train stations more accessible, covering every possible thing we can think of.
- There are at least two wheelchair users at the top levels of the Transport Dept, advocating for this very issue. Anyone foolish enough to say that accessibility isn't important has to go and tell them, to their faces, that they don't really need to travel. And then get laughed out of the room...