Fri 29th Jun 2018
East London Vision demonstrate visual impairment simulators to Arriva London drivers at Accessibility Awareness forum
We take very seriously our commitment to customer service, and none more so than for people with disabilities. Working in partnership with TfL, we have been running a series of Accessibility Awareness forums at all our garages across London.
Published : Mon 3rd Aug 2015 - Tue 22nd Sep 2015
The graduates were shown around the garage by operations manager Gary Smith, giving them an insight into how the garage runs, how the training is carried out, and how it fits into TfL as a whole.
Arriva London is always striving to be at the forefront of innovative ideas to make the customer experience more fulfilling.
For the past few years, Nadeem Fazal, the acting garage supervisor from Arriva London’s Clapton garage, has been collecting money for his favourite charity, the ‘Arthritis Self Help Network’, a small charity based in Ilford Essex.
For the last seven years, for one day each year, a full bus service, route 23A, has been laid on to an abandoned village in the middle of Salisbury Plain.
In line with the daily routine of carrying over a million passengers per day across London, Arriva London is always looking for ways of improving its offering to the public.
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