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Digital Subscriptions > The Oban Times & Lochaber Times > 19th January 2017 > Disabled access is not good enough

Disabled access is not good enough

OBAN town centre’s disabled access continues to fall short of public expectations – despite a multi-million-pound makeover by Argyll and Bute Council.

The Oban and District Disability Forum and Access Panel (the forum) has been highlighting ongoing concerns about the lack of access on the main road through Oban. It has now decided to report its concerns to HiTrans – the Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership.

A recent meeting of the group heard that there was concern about the lack of a dropped kerb at the railway station.

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