Views sought from Olympic public transport travellers
A transport watchdog is seeking testimonies from people who used public transport during the Olympics.
London Travelwatch is compiling reports from users for a review of Games-time improvements.
The information will be used to see what changes should be kept for the long-term.
Chairman Sharon Grant said: “There are of course many innovations which have worked well this summer such as the ramps which allow access from the underground to the train.
“We would also like to see improved bus signage at stations and information which accurately shows what facilities are available at stations.”
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