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Rail Station Access Improvements in West of England

Posted in General News on Thursday, October 15th, 2020

The West of England Combined Authority (WECA), which consists of Bristol, South Gloucestershire, Bath and North East Somerset, is spending £100,000 on a feasibility study with the aim of improving the accessibility of 27 railway stations. The railway stations set for improvement include Lawrence Hill station in Bristol, Bath Spa, Avonmouth, Keynsham, Weston-Super-Mare and more. WECA is aiming to make the platforms at these stations step-free and this feasibility study will assess the scope and overall cost of making the stations more accessible.

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John Sanders

Friday, October, 16th, 2020

£100k for a feasibility report ? Why not just get on with the job and use that money effectively ?