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Rail journeys should be more comfortable in future. People with limited mobility, however, don’t just need help at train stations.

Which is why a British consortium has developed a new concept to improve accessibility at airports.

The consortium’s electric one-seater vehicle is self-balancing and comes with luggage space at the rear.

Its design means users can dine or shop like other airport passengers, while an in-built navigation system ensures a happy medium between independence and automation.

Making waiting times more enjoyable – and departure gates accessible at the touch of a button. The service could be available in Dubai airport in two years.

People with limited mobility who don’t want to travel for work can find suitable jobs elsewhere.

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