Guidance

Accessible railway stations: design standards

Standards and guidance on designing accessible railway stations and trains.

Document

Design standards for accessible railway stations: a code of practice by the Department for Transport and Transport Scotland

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This code will help train operators and anybody else carrying out rail infrastructure improvements to design more accessible trains and stations. It has been published to ensure that any infrastructure work at stations makes railway travel easier for disabled passengers.

This updated code replaces all previous versions, including ‘Accessible train station design for disabled passengers: a code of practice’. This latest revision incorporates modifications to the Commission Regulation (EU) No 1300/2014.

Published 23 March 2015