By John Pring in Disability News Service.
Disabled people who experience repeated discrimination on public transport are being offered a camera to record video evidence for possible legal cases.
Legal firm Fry Law, which specialises in disability discrimination cases, is hoping some of the evidence produced can then be used to bring cases under the Equality Act against bus, train and taxi providers.
It plans to pass some of the evidence to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), which last month launched a new project to support disabled and older people who have faced discrimination on public and private transport.
The EHRC scheme will offer advice and help in resolving complaints, but it will also provide funding to take legal cases.
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