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  • Disabled access at Euston station

  • Accessibility

    Step free access: access from Euston Road through the station and to all platforms is step free. Lifts (by the ticket office) link the taxi rank, the Underground ticket hall and the concourse.

    Induction loops: ticket office, under the main arrivals board, by exit 3 (Melton St).

    Visually impaired: there are tactile warning strips along all platforms.

    Requesting assistance

    Help is available to older people and people with mobility impairments. Mobility assistance vehicles are available.

    To book help call your train operator. Ideally, book at least 24 hours before travelling. If you haven't booked you may have to wait and we cannot guarantee assistance.

    • Virgin Trains – Call JourneyCare on 08000 158 123. For text phone users, please call 08000 158 124
    • London Midland – 0800 092 4260, textphone 0844 811 0134  
    • London Overground0845 6014 867  
    • ScotRail – 0800 912 2901, textphone 18001 0800 912 2901  

    Mobility assistance reception

    Next to the ticket office. Tel: 020 7922 6482

    • Monday to Saturday 7:00 - 23:00
    • Sunday 8:00 - 23:00

     

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    Accessible toilets

    Near the top of the ramp to platforms 1-3, opposite the Sloe Bar.

    You need a Radar key - ask at the mobility reception by the ticket office if you do not have one.

     

    Wheelchairs and mobility buggies

    Assistance staff have access to wheelchairs and mobility vehicles for use around the station.
     

    Waiting room

    By platform 16.

    There is seating on the concourse, in the food court and in the travel centre.

    Virgin first class lounge (first class Virgin West Coast and ScotRail passengers only): above the food court. Bar, showers, conference rooms, fax and photocopying facilities. Level access is via a lift.

     

    To and from the station

    Information about accessible public transport is available from Transport for London:

    Transport accessibility information 

    Helpline: 0343 222 1234 (option 3) (24 hours)

    Bus

    TfL bus accessibility information 

    Buses leave from the bus station in front of the main entrance and from Eversholt St.

    There is level access to all stops. All buses are accessible.

    Underground / Overground

    TfL Tube accessibility information 

    Euston Underground
    Lines serving Euston:

    • Northern - Bank and Charing Cross branches (no level access)
    • Victoria (no level access)

    Lifts by the ticket office and escalators go to the ticket hall. Access to platform level is by escalator and steps only.

    Euston Square Underground
    To get there, turn right down Euston Rd in front of the station and walk 150m.

    Lines serving Euston Square:

    • Hammersmith & City
    • Circle
    • Metropolitan

    London Overground
    Overground trains stop at Euston station.

    Car

    Pick up / set down: in the car park under the station. Access via the lifts by the ticket office. The accessible point is signposted. For vehicle access see parking below.

    Parking: under the station, access via the lifts by the ticket office.

    There are 4 Blue Badge spaces, 2 each on levels 1 and 4. The normal tariff applies.

    Vehicle access is from Melton St, off Euston Rd or, if travelling from the east, from Cardington St via Hampstead Rd. Sat nav NW1 2BT.

    Open 24 hours. If the station is closed, press the buzzer on Melton St for access.

    See parking at Euston for more information.

    Taxi

    The accessible taxi rank is in the car park under the station, access via the lifts by the ticket office.

    To request assistance, use the phones at the top of the stairs or at the taxi rank.

    For more information visit traintaxi.

    Pedestrians

    Access from Euston Rd to the concourse and all platforms is step-free.

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  • Improving access

    Access for All is a £370m programme to improve accessibility at train stations by introducing lifts and ramps.