£4.5m scheme gives passengers a lift



A £4.5m project has been completed – meaning that at long last, Leyland station is fully accessible to everyone.
A ceremony was held yesterday to mark the completion of the project, which gives step-free access to all platforms.
Passengers using Leyland station can now use lifts, a new footbridge and new staircases which provide easier access to trains thanks to the investment, part of the government’s Access for All scheme.
It will be a great boost for disabled folk who at one point had found the station so difficult to use that they even had to catch a train to Preston, then back to... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 26
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