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Lines : District, National Rail First Capital Connect, National Rail South West, London Tramlink
AccessAble Access Guide :
Accessibility friendly : Partial.
General description : District line - (A step 170-207mm/gap 3-53mm) -
Lift access between street and platform.
(National Rail) Wimbledon has level access to and between all platforms. There are lifts between the overbridge (access opposite the stairs to platforms 9 or 5) and the platforms Please note that the lifts are located behind the stairs to the overbridge on platforms 5 to 9 and are available 24 hours a day.
The London tram network runs from Wimbledon through Croydon
to Beckenham. All access to trams is step-free. All tram travel is free
for wheelchair users, who can easily wheel on and off the trams. There are two
dedicated spaces for wheelchair users to travel in each tram. Next to the wheelchair space
is a specially sited intercom, which allows you to speak to the driver in an
emergency, and an easy reach stop request button. All doors have an opening
button on them at an accessible height.
At Wimbledon Station there are passenger lifts providing connections to other rail services.
Wimbledon station has newly installed, high capacity lifts and all services are step free from street to platform, but there is a large step between the platform and the District line trains. With the use of manual boarding ramps during Games time on the District line platforms all of Wimbledon station rail services will be step-free onto the train.
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