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Comparative Accessibility: Barcelona

Jon and I just got back from an amazing honeymoon in Barcelona, full of exciting adventures and memorable experiences. During the course of 8 days, we probably saw every inch…

Comparative Accessibility: Paris

Jon and I are currently on our way down to Barcelona for our week-long honeymoon trip in Barcelona. Rather than dealing with the hassle of flying and worrying about whether…

Victoria Station Update

Thanks to train delays at my local station tonight, I decided to go to Shoreham via London rather than my usual routes via Clapham Junction or Gatwick. This gave me…

DfT’s Inclusive Transport Strategy

Today the Department for Transport released a report detailing the future development of accessible transport, with the ambitious goal that the UK’s transport network will offer equal access to disabled…

London Transport Update

London Reconnections has recently come out with a comprehensive article detailing the status of various TfL-run projects. I highly recommend reading it to get a sense of how things are…

Whitechapel Open Day

In preparation for the Elizabeth Line’s highly anticipated launch this December, Crossrail Ltd is holding a series of Open Days at each of the new stations. These have already been…
About this Blog

Hello there! Welcome to Step-Free London, the blog dedicated to documenting the status and development of step-free access across all of London’s rail systems. Accessibility is a very important matter to me, as my partner is a wheelchair user and we travel often to London. Nevertheless, we have had our fair share of disasters and misadventures, with many issues arising from the lack of clear information available regarding accessibility. And so, the purpose of this blog is to inform readers about the ongoing development of step-free access while also being a useful resource for those wishing to travel. Being a rail enthusiast myself, it will also feature some general developments to the network and include my personal opinions and ideas.

-Tomas

 

Jon and I on the Stockholm Metro

 

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