Survey asks for disabled passengers’ views on public transport safety

Picture of a train in motion

The Leeds Disabled People’s Organisation (LDPO) and the British Transport Police have put together a survey to ask disabled people for their views on the safety of using public transport. The survey, which asks just four questions, aims to find out what can be done to improve the safety of public transport for disabled passengers.

It asks two key questions: What is it like to use public transport as a disabled person and how safe do you feel when on a bus, train or tram. You can find the survey by clicking on the link below:

LDPO Public Transport Survey

All answers to the survey are anonymous. At the end of the poll, the results will be used to try and take steps to improve the safety of public transport for disabled people in and around Leeds.

You can find out more about the LDPO by visiting their website at www.ldpo.co.uk.