The Dirty Secret of the Underground

The London underground has a secret. A dirty one, one which excludes vulnerable people from it’s services.

Back in 2006, TFL promised to double the number of step free stations to over 90. It’s now 2019 and there still haven’t hit made their goal.

So what happened? Why isn’t TFL making its network more accessible? And what does this lack of action mean for differently abled people who live and work in London?

This is the dirty secret of the underground.

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Calum Pearce

Calum Pearce is a Scottish video journalist with a background in music, film and politics

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