Guidance

Access for All: stations undergoing accessibility improvements

Rail stations undergoing work up to 2014, as part of the Access to All programme, to improve access for passengers with disabilities.

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This work has been completed. See the latest Access for All information.

Documents

Stations in England and Wales

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Stations in Scotland

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Details

The Access for All Programme is part of the Railways for All strategy, launched in 2006 to address the issues faced by disabled passengers using railway stations in Great Britain. Central to the strategy is the ring-fencing of £35 million funding per year, until 2015, for provision of an obstacle free, accessible route to and between platforms at priority stations. This generally includes the provision of lifts or ramps, as well as associated works and refurbishment along the defined route.

Further information on the Railways for All strategy

Published 26 July 2011