Accessibility and Inclusion

Designing an inclusive and accessible station for all users at London Bridge

Making London Bridge station inclusive and accessible

London Bridge Station is one of the oldest railway stations in the world, having opened in 1836. Its last major station redesign was in 1976, at a time when there was little or no consideration for accessibility. The new station has been designed to be inclusive and accessible for all users, including people with special mobility, visual, cognitive and hearing requirements.

This case study showcases our achievements, the importance of engaging with user groups early enough and commitment to challenging every assumption throughout the project.

Case Study

Accessibility & Inclusion

Project: London Bridge station

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