The BBC One show X-Ray has been in touch, in the forthcoming series starting in February they are keen to shine the spotlight on access barriers faced by disabled people in Wales when using public transport – in particular bus, rail and taxis.
“They are keen to hear from disabled people in Wales who have been left inconvenienced, frustrated or out of pocket by their experiences of public transport in Wales during the last six months or so. (This can be from any part of Wales and any mode of transport). They are particularly keen to explore access issues regarding the use of taxi such as increased cost of fare, unavailability in many areas of accessible taxis etc.”
Please contact X-Ray’s Carwyn Jones if you would like to share your experiences directly.
Carwyn Jones (Filming Director) X-Ray, BBC Wales.
Tel: 029 20 322909
If you would like to CC me (Rhyan Berrigan) into any email experiences you would like to share, it would be much appreciated as it would assist Disability Wales ascertain recent prevalent access issues at Rhyan.firstname.lastname@example.org We could also pass your experiences onto Carwyn on your behalf if you wish.