Easy Come, Easy Go. Literally.


Richmond – Twickenham – Return

Today I went to the Richmond Mobility Forum, a meeting of disabled and older people, local politicians and council officials, and representatives of some of the companies providing transport services in the borough. It’s ironic that in the past I’ve been late to this meeting because of broken a lift at Twickenham station on one occasion and a failed bus ramp on another. I’m pleased to be able to say that, for once, I was on time. It was delightfully simple to get on the bus, take a trip and get off at the other end. The return journey was just a boring.

Isn’t it a shame that nothing going wrong makes a trip noteworthy.

About Alan

I'm an Economist, Geek, Campaigner & wheelchair user who's been using all forms of public transport for 20+ years.
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