Railway Stations: Greater London

Department for Transport written question – answered on 29th April 2020.

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Photo of Florence Eshalomi Florence Eshalomi Opposition Whip (Commons)

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, which stations in London have been made accessible under the Access for All programme; and by which Network Rail Control Period they became accessible in.

Photo of Florence Eshalomi Florence Eshalomi Opposition Whip (Commons)

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, which stations in London have been made accessible outside of the Access for All programme since 2006; and by which Network Rail Control Period they became accessible in.

Photo of Florence Eshalomi Florence Eshalomi Opposition Whip (Commons)

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, which stations in London are due to be made accessible under the Access for All programme during Network Rail Control Period 6.

Photo of Florence Eshalomi Florence Eshalomi Opposition Whip (Commons)

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, which stations in London are due to be made accessible outside of the Access for All programme during Network Rail Control Period 6.

Photo of Chris Heaton-Harris Chris Heaton-Harris Minister of State (Department for Transport)

In the majority of cases station accessibility in London is a matter for Transport for London. However, 42 London stations have been given step free access under the Department’s Access for All programme since 2006 with a further 19 due to be completed by 2024. In addition, all 41 Elizabeth Line stations will have step free access when the line opens.

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