A new transport study reveals the least accessible train stations in the UK according to reviews.
The study, that was carried out by temporary lift manufacturer, RECO Lift Solutions, looked at reviews across Google and TripAdvisor for the most popular train stations in the UK and counted how many reviews claimed the station was unsuitable for disabled travellers. London Liverpool street was crowned the least accessible in the UK with the most negative reviews around wheelchair accessibility, step free access, disabled toilets, and unhelpful/unfriendly staff. Manchester Victoria came second, and Bristol Temple Meads came third.
According to the 2021 UK census, there are over 21,400,000 disabled and elderly British citizens, that’s 32% of the UK that might struggle to reach their platform or make it comfortably onto their train.
Below is a list of the top 5 least accessible train stations according to reviews: