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Step free access for 13 more London stations

Transport for London has received funding for step-free access to nine rail stations in London as part of the Department for Transport's £370 million Access for All programme.

The nine stations are Bromley South, New Eltham, Tottenham Hale, New Malden, West Hampstead Thameslink, Brockley, Camden Road, Gospel Oak and Honor Oak Park.

Four other London stations not run by TfL are also to receive funding. These are Walthamstow Central, Limehouse, Ilford and Worcester Park.

TfL has also been awarded £37,500 through the DfT’s Access for All Small Schemes fund to provide variable height ticket windows at three London Overground stations – Hackney Wick, Homerton and Kensington Olympia.