London Underground consults on accessibility priorities

Transport for London staff assist blind passenger

UK: Transport for London has begun a public consultation to help it prioritise works to make London Underground stations more accessible. It is seeking feedback on whether to focus on upgrading a single, complex central London station, or divide the available resources between small and medium-sized stations outside the centre.

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