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Disabled people's access policy
Step free access: all entrances are step-free, lifts connect the two levels.
There is step-free access to King's Cross St Pancras Underground station.
Induction loops: all ticket offices.
Visually impaired: there are tactile strips along all platforms.
Call your train company giving 24 hours notice where possible:
Alternatively, ask any member of station staff wearing a light blue vest or call 020 7843 4261 on arrival.
The assistance meeting point is inside the main Pancras Rd entrance.
All toilets are free and open 24 hours. No RADAR key required.
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
Bus stops: Euston Road, Midland Road and Pancras Road.
All buses are accessible.
TfL Tube accessibility information
King's Cross St Pancras Underground station is underneath the main station. Lines with step-free access:
All lines apart from the Victoria may have a large step between platform and train.No step-free access:
Pick up/set down: on Pancras Road, sat nav N1C 4QP. There is level access to the station.
Parking: 12 Blue Badge spaces in the station car park, normal tariff applies.
See Parking at St Pancras for details.
Taxi rank: Pancras Road.
Level access to the station, all taxis are wheelchair accessible.
For more information visit traintaxi.
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Access for All is a £370m programme to improve accessibility at train stations by introducing lifts and ramps.