This Insight looks at how accessible Britain’s railway stations are for people with disabilities and what data is available via region. How to measure accessibility? Information on the level of access to railway stations for people with disabilities in Britain is made available through the National Rail Enquiries (NRE) ‘Knowledgebase’, which is described as: “A database of static information about the facilities at each of the 2,500+ stations on the network, including specific ...
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