People with disabilities do not allow independence, as many UK railway stations do not have full access.
Charity Leonard Chesir's analysis showed that 40% of 2560 stations in the country could not use some passengers with disabilities.
According to him, the lack of accurate information on accessibility made it difficult to plan trips and arranged the organization of ramps for people in the platform and train.
The report states that "it is the disability of self-displacement".
Leonard Cheshir's previous research has suggested that problems with the treadmill occurred last year as a result of the third (35%) disability of working-age elderly people.
Neil Hyslop, Chief Executive Officer of the Charity Organization: "The impoverishment of public transport makes it difficult for people with disabilities to miss everyday activities, from employment to social events.
"People with disabilities can not keep their life, railway workers must ensure that their railway stations have access to step-by-step access, so all their clients can walk on their own."
At the moment, people with disabilities need help to call either a passenger or a railway operator, or have to go online for a long time. Then the details were printed and transferred to station staff.
However, delays and cancellation of this information may require some people without the need for extra effort.
To counteract this, a smartphone application is being developed that will allow people with disabilities to fix and change their books on train journeys.
Passenger Assistance Program will be sent to the UK next autumn.