Many of the UK train stations are not fully accessible, and prevents people from traveling freely to travel.
A study conducted by Charity Leonard Schuster found that 40 percent of passengers disabling 2,560 stations in the country can not use it.
The lack of clear information about accessibility made it difficult for traveling to travel. Ramps are arranged to deliver people between a platform and a train.
Reportedly "This prevents freighter travelers".
The research was done by Leonard Chowler. Over the last three years, 35 per cent of adolescents have been affected by trains.
Charity chief executive Neil Haslop said: "Public transport is compelled to avoid disadvantages for daily programs that allow employment from employment to employment.
"People with disabilities can not continue to keep their lives restricted so that railway operators should make their absolute priority to ensure that their train stations have free access.
Passengers who are currently in need can contact the train operation by phone and make a long process online. Print the details and provide to the staff staff.
However, delays and cancellations may provide this information as redundant, and some people have no support.
To try this, a smartphone application develops, which helps in preventing and booking the needs of train travels.
In the autumn of next year, the British will help in traveling.