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Disabled people's access policy
Step free access: all entrances are step-free, there is level access throughout.
Visually impaired: there is tactile paving on all platforms.
Induction loops: in the travel centre. At platform access points.
Please contact your train operator, ideally 24 hours in advance:
Alternatively ask any member of our station team, identifiable by blue vests, or go to a customer information point on the concourse or in the ticket office:
Assistance staff have access to wheelchairs for use around the station.
There are no mobility assistance vehicles.
Information about accessible public transport is available from Transport for London:
Transport accessibility information
Helpline: 0343 222 1234 (option 3) (24 hours)
TfL bus accessibility information
There are bus stops in front of the station on Euston Rd and on York Way.
All buses are wheelchair accessible.
TfL Tube accessibility information
Lines serving King's Cross St Pancras:
All have step-free access from street to platform, Northern and Victoria also have level access to trains.
A lift to the right of the main tube entrance on Euston Rd goes to the ticket office.
Pick up / set down: forecourt on Pancras Rd, which is one-way and is only accessible from Euston Rd. Sat nav N1C 4TB.
Car park: Long stay, Pancras Rd. 12 Blue Badge spaces, normal tariff applies. It is over 50m from the station entrance, transfer by mobility assistance vehicle is available.
There are 3 Blue Badge parking spaces on the Pancras Rd forecourt. Waiting is limited to 1 hour. Sat nav N1C 4TB.
See parking for more information.
Taxi rank: next to the station in Pancras Rd. It is not necessary to book.
Set-down point: Pancras Rd, beyond the taxi rank. The set down point on York Way has closed.
All taxis are wheelchair accessible.
For more information visit traintaxi.
Access for All is a £370m programme to improve accessibility at train stations by introducing lifts and ramps.