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About the Code of Practice �
Who and what is covered by this Code?
Defnition of “station”
Disabled passengers and their requirements
The regulatory framework
How to use this Code �
A1. Staff training
A2. Pre-travel information 1 �
B1. Pre-travel information 2
C1. Locating and approaching the station
D1. Car parking – general
D2. Car parking – location
D3. Car parking – number of spaces
D4. Car parking – dimensions of spaces
D5. Car parking – markings
D6. Car parking – monitoring and enforcement
D7. Car parking – car parking contracts
E1. Set-down and pick-up points
F1. Unobstructed progress – general
F2. Unobstructed progress – building works
G1. Doors
H1. Lighting
I1. Floors
J1. Furniture, walls and transparent obstacles
J1. Furniture, walls and transparent obstacles
J2. Furniture and free-standing devices
K1. Signs – general
K2. Signs – directional information
K3. Signs – font
K4. Signs – sign design
K5. Signs – sign lighting
K6. Signs – tactile (embossed and Braille) signs
K6. Signs – tactile (embossed and Braille) signs
K7. Signs – display screens
K8. Signs – sign furniture and positioning
K9. Signs – maps and detailed information
L1. Announcements – general
L2. Announcements – induction loops
L3. Announcements – recordings
L4. Announcements – emergency alarms
M1. Help points
N2. Ticket sales points – ticket vending machines
N2. Ticket sales points – ticket vending machines
N3. Ticket sales points – ticket barriers
O1. Seating
P1. Toilets – standard toilets
P2. Toilets – provision and location of wheelchair-accessible toilets
P3. Toilets – opening hours
P5. Toilets – design and layout �
P6. Toilets – WC pan and cistern �
P7. Toilets – grabrails
P8. Toilets – washbasins
P9. Toilets – accessories and surface finishes
P10. Toilets – lighting
P11. Toilets – emergency
P12. Toilets – baby-changing facilities
Q1. Crossing the track
Q2. Crossing the track – subways
R1. Lifts – general
R2. Lifts – lift emergencies
R3. Lifts – platform lifts (inside the station building)
S1. Ramps
T1. Steps and stairs – general
T2. Steps and stairs – stair and step design
T3. Steps and stairs – landings and areas beneath stairs
T4. Steps and stairs – handrails
U1. Platform lifts for boarding trains
V1. Escalators – general
V2. Escalators – moving walkways
W1. Platforms – height and offset
W2. Platforms – platform design
X1. Waiting rooms and shelters
Y1. Substitute transport – pre-planned and emergency
Y1. Substitute transport – pre-planned and emergency
Z1. Connecting transport
Additional standards
Annex I: References
Annex III: Transportable wheelchair dimensions
Annex IV: Dispensation process
Annex V: Reference documents
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