I wondering if the public might be able to help TfL manage stations like Stratford better?
Here’s a sequence of pictures from this very afternoon.
Exit platform 11 and follow the signs for QEOP and Westfield…
Turn to the right and follow the sign, perfect and in-spec.
Escalator lobby, more signs clear as day! And a lift to the right for those in need of it!
Top of escalators, QEOP, Westfield and a Way out-> great!
Follow the signs…
But… what’s this? Unexpected item in the bagging area, perhaps?
No, someone has made the gap here very small. Good job I wasn’t in a wheelchair or using a pram!
Q1. Is this more silly than the human traffic cross-over at the mezzanine entrance where the gates are opposite way to the “walk on the left” when you get though them?
Q2. Is there something we could do with a dataset to stop these clear errors happening: especially when they directly cause problems for accessibility?