Dear Transport for London,

At Caledonian Road tube station, there are currently two methods of transfer between street level and the platforms, these being:

1) A pair of lifts
2) A long, steep spiral staircase

I was wondering if any feasibility studies had been conducted into improving either of these - e.g. installing escalators or faster/additional lifts.

Many thanks
Doug Wright

LU CSC FOI, Transport for London

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Date 6 May 2011

Dear Mr Wright

Thank you for your email received by London Underground. You asked for information about Caledonian Road tube station. Your request has been considered under the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act and I can confirm that we do hold the information you require.

I can confirm that we have not conducted any feasibility studies into improving access at this station. Caledonian Road is already a step free station on the Underground network and we have no plans at this time to install escalators or additional lifts.

I hope this clarifies our position, if I can help further or you have any other questions please contact me on 0845 3309880.

Please see the attached information sheet for details of your right to appeal.

Yours sincerely

Shirley Xavier
Knowledge Manager

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Dear LU CSC FOI,

Many thanks

Yours sincerely,

Doug Wright

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