Disabled man forced off bus by refusal to move pram sparks equality test case
Appeal court weighs legal duty of transport operators to enforce wheelchair users priority over other passengers
A womans refusal to move a pushchair with a sleeping baby from a bay on a bus used by wheelchair passengers causing a disabled man to have to leave the vehicle is at the centre of a test-case legal battle in the court of appeal.
Three appeal judges are being asked by a bus operator to decide whether wheelchair passengers should have priority over all other passengers to use the space as a matter of law.
Source: Guardian Transport