Amid these uncertain times due to COVID-19, I thought I would do a small post highlighting some of the recent … More Calm Before the Storm
Big infrastructure announcements throughout the country seem to be dominating the news these days, with schemes such as HS2, East … More Large-Scale Approvals and Campaign Launches
Happy New Year everyone! Sorry for the long-overdue post, this year has started out very busy. Access-wise, the past few … More Extensions, Delays, and Introductions
After a long year of progress and delays, we are now nearing the end of 2019 and looking to 2020 … More Looking Towards 2020
After an amazing holiday in Valencia, Spain earlier this month, I have come back to find many developments involving the … More Derogations, Consultations, and Exciting Holiday Destinations
With the end of summer, we start autumn with a bunch of small updates both in and out of London. … More Summer’s Over!
These past few weeks have brought bits of exciting news for accessible transport in the UK! The most impactful of … More Exciting Things are Coming!
I apologise for my infrequent posts this month, as I have been mostly focusing on updating the station descriptions on … More Access All Areas and Reading Musings
Jon and I just got back from an amazing honeymoon in Barcelona, full of exciting adventures and memorable experiences. During the course of 8 days, we probably saw every inch of Barcelona, from the bustling city centre to its quieter outer reaches. What made our ambitious wandering and sightseeing so smooth and painless was Barcelona’s incredibly accessible public transport network, which is by far one of the best in all of Europe. This post will be a comprehensive overview of the state and quality of accessibility in Barcelona.
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Jon and I are currently on our way down to Barcelona for our week-long honeymoon trip in Barcelona. Rather than dealing with the hassle of flying and worrying about whether Jon’s wheelchair would make it in one piece, we decided to take the train to experience the joys of high-speed rail. The journey is divided into three parts: London to Paris via Eurostar, a cross-city bus between the Paris terminals, and Paris to Barcelona via TGV. This post will mainly focus on accessibility in and around Paris as well as the issues that we had while planning our route, while the next will cover accessibility in Barcelona.
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