Disabled access at Barry's train stations
I take my bike in to Cardiff on the train every day so I can cycle from the station to the University. When I arrive back at Barry station I always let people walk up the stairs in front of me because I don't want to hit them with my bike. I have been shocked as I am not the only one to stay behind, often there are elderly, disabled and people with prams who wait for the crowd to leave before struggling up the stairs. It's sad to see on so many occasions the elderly struggling to get up the steep stairs, or people struggling with prams, and sometimes wheelchair users. There is no access for the disabled, elderly or people with prams, and I believe that everyone should have the right to use the train without struggling. There is not always someone about to help so, my idea is to make all the train stations in Barry accessible for everyone creating a ramp or a lift. A lot of people need to use the public transport, but the stations at Barry make it hard for them to do so. Everyone has the right to use the train.