On-sight with Crossrail: Accessibility on the Elizabeth Line

Glynda Davison, a severely sight-impaired pensioner from Romford, UK, recently joined a group of passengers with a range of disabilities to try out the new Class 345 trains on Crossrail’s upcoming Elizabeth line.

Prior to the official opening of the Elizabeth Line, Crossrail invited passengers with a range of disabilities to test accessibility on the new trains. Credit: Crossrail (via Flickr)

The arrival of the much-awaited Elizabeth line is expected to have a significant impact on the whole of London’s transport network.

Capable of accommodating about half a million passengers per day, the new line, which will be operated by MTR Crossrail, will help even out congestion in central London and provide quick access to the city from nearby hotspots like Heathrow Airport. On-sight with Crossrail: Accessibility on the Elizabeth Line

 

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