Access for All: funding awarded in 2011 to improve station accessibility
- Department for Transport
- Part of:
- Access for All: funding to improve accessibility at rail stations and Rail network
- 6 December 2011
Bidders awarded Access for All mid-tier funding in 2011 to conduct work which improves access for people with disabilities at rail stations.
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Access for All funding is a key part of the government’s strategy to improve the accessibility of Great Britain’s railway. The funding is specifically targeted at providing infrastructure improvements at stations which will enable more disabled people to access the rail network.
In April 2011 the government invited bids for a new programme of Access for All mid-tier programme, station access projects requiring between £250,000 and £1,000,000 of government support. The programme was originally to have been £17 million but due to the large number of very strong bids was increased to £37.5 million.
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Published: 6 December 2011