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    J David Garnett

    I probably could have written that better, what I meant was they showed me how to use the buses, inform the driver at the front you need the ramp at the centre doors and showed me where I needed to change to the second bus.

    I think buses in Europe are pretty similar with at least two entrances/exits but here in Wales (and rest of UK) buses only have one door at the front opposite the driver.

    (And you get on the wrong side of the bus in Continental Europe!)

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    Gotcha!  Thanks for clarifying.

    Agreed, we get on via the correct side here in Japan as well. 🙂

    I love accessible travel so much I started this website and Accessible Japan!
    Power wheelchair user.

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