Many of us use buses with our pushchairs everyday and we're sure if you do use busses regularly, then you will have encountered instances when you either can't get on as there is not enough space or you have folded your pushchair and left it in the cargo bay for the duration of the ride.
It's long been the case that pushchairs and wheelchairs have used the same area at the front of the bus, in harmony (for the most part!), to park up safely so not to block the gangway. But as of today, it's all change!
Doug Paulley, a wheelchair user from Wetherby, has taken his case to the Supreme Court after he was left unable to board a bus when a mother with a pushchair refused to fold it down to make space for Mr Paulley's wheelchair.
The Supreme Court today ruled that bus drivers are now to request pushchair users to move from the space if it is required by a wheelchair user. If the pushchair user refuses and the driver deems the circumstances unreasonable, then they are to pressurise further (aka ask them to move or get off the bus!).
Are you a regular bus user? What do you think about today's headlines?