To help us provide an excellent service to our passengers, we have created our Accessible Travel Policy.
This policy explains:
- how we’re going to support older and disabled passengers
- how we can offer them a great service
- how we can work with train operators to support passengers’ journeys.
We recognise that all passengers will benefit from changes to make the railway more accessible. Our aim is to make continuous improvements to the accessibility of our services and stations for all our passengers.
Our Accessible Travel Policy is a condition of our operating licence and is approved by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR). We review it on an annual basis and any changes are consulted with key stakeholders and approved by the ORR.
Download our accessible travel policy
Accessible travel policy – alternative versions
If you need information in another format such as, a word document, British Sign Language, audio MP4 or braille, please contact us.
As the specific facilities and assistance arrangements differ at each of our managed stations, we have developed station guides for older and disabled passengers.
The following stations are currently under review and will be made available shortly. In the meantime please find station information on the relevant station pages.
Download our station guides
These documents may not be suitable for users of assistive technology, if you need them in an alternative format please contact us.
Give us your feedback
To support our commitment to continuous improvement and to help us actively manage improvements of services at our managed stations we welcome your feedback. Visit our contact us page.