The Benefits of Improving Access to the United Kingdom Rail Network via the Access for All Programme
Posted on April, 5th 2017
Citation: Tony Duckenfield, “The Benefits of Improving Access to the United Kingdom Rail Network via the Access for All Programme.” International Transport Forum Discussion Paper No. 2017-02. (2017).
“Access for All” is a United Kingdom government funded program to make stations more accessible for people with disabilities by providing step free access along with complementary measures such as improved wayfinding information. This discussion paper evaluates the program and quantifies the benefits to rail passengers and train operators.