The Anonymous Widower

Isleworth Station To Go Step-Free

This document on the Government web site is entitled Access for All: 73 Stations Set To Benefit From Additional Funding.

Isleworth station is on the list.

These pictures show the station.

It is a double track station on a viaduct with the platforms on either side.

Currently, services are four trains per hour (tph) in both directions. The trains, that I rode to and from the station were ten cars.

If the West London Orbital Railway should be created, then this would add another four tph in both directions.

With the extra services, step-free access could be important, as the West London Orbital Railway will link this station to both Crossrail and High Speed Two.

Installing The Lifts

Space is tight and Isleworth station is one without ticket barriers.

It should be possible to install Subway-to-Platform lifts, but if they can’t be fitted, then as the station doesn’t have barriers, outside lifts might be a solution.

April 8, 2019 - Posted by | Transport | , , , , ,

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