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Improving designs at rail stations, airports and on roads could help tackle mental illness and save England billions each year, according to a London City Airport-commissioned study.

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  • London airport calls for infrastructure changes to improve mental healthImproving designs at rail stations, airports and on roads could help tackle mental illness and save England billions each year, according to a London City Airport-commissioned study.
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  • Smoother journeys could improve mental wellbeingUK business travellers have long complained about the stress of cancelled trains, security queues and overcrowding, and now a new study suggests that poor transport infrastructure has a negative impact on traveller wellbeing and mental health.

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