Petition for Step- Free Access to Leytonstone Underground, Leytonstone High Rd and Leyton Midland Stations

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Cecile Quinney
1 year ago
It's very difficult maneuvering with babies and small kids with the stairs

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Joanie PATEL
2 years ago
Much needed for people with disabilities and mothers with children/babies and buggies. Even ppl with heavy shopping!!

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Matthias Doppenschmied
2 years ago
about time ! it is wayward thinking and plain discriminatory not to have step-free access in the 22st Century

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Tina Hart
2 years ago
The stairs are steep, even for me - an able-bodied adult with no children. Half the time I ascend the stairs I have to help people with prams, big bags and children. Telling people they have to go to Stratford is ridiculous. Please modernise this old station, for better access for all. Thank you

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Sharon Cooper
2 years ago
step free access will enable more people to use public transport

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Pippa Moye
2 years ago
This is my local station. The stairs are very steep. A lot of people struggle if they have crutches, pushchairs etc. Obviously no use at all for anyone in a wheelchair. This is a busy station and it needs a lift so there is equal and safe access for everyone.

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Alison Dunne
2 years ago
It’s nightmare when heavily pregnant and then once you’ve given birth it’s s nightmare with a pram/buggy! And that’s just a short term nightmare, makes you think about the folk who have that struggle all the time!

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Kerry Sze
2 years ago
All stations should have atepfree access

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Sarah Devine
2 years ago
Step free access. Just do it. Let's hope you don't land up like Sarah and need it. How the tides will turn then. Oh yeah and your share holders.

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Carol Slater
2 years ago
For many people, accessibility is the difference between being able to participate fully in life and make the most of all opportunities or being isolated and poor.