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Vaughan | 10:45 UK time, Wednesday, 22 April 2009

With London hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in only three years, the race is now on to get everything built and all the infrastructure in place to make sure these massive events go smoothly. And that includes accessibility. The office of the London Mayor is keen to find out what works in the capital when it comes to accessibility - and, of course, what doesn't.

If you fancy sharing your views - and we know just from comments we read on the message board that there are a lot of views out there - there is now a survey you can complete online. Whether you live in London, work in the city or are just an occasional visitor, this is a good chance to offer your recommendations, criticisms and maybe even your congratulations on aspects of accessibility in the Olympic and Paralympic location. [Link via Lady Bracknell.]



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