Stations on track for cash

PUBLISHED: 11:28 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:37 06 May 2010

FOUR railway stations in Comet country are to benefit in a £6m round of spending by the Department of Transport. The station that gets the biggest investment in the area is Sandy with £29,000 for the provision of a disability legislation-compliant ticket

FOUR railway stations in Comet country are to benefit in a £6m round of spending by the Department of Transport.

The station that gets the biggest investment in the area is Sandy with £29,000 for the provision of a disability legislation-compliant ticket office window and electronic door closers.

Hitchin station gets £22,000 and Letchworth GC station £12,500 for a similar window.

Arlesey station gets £6,000 for the construction of an access ramp to provide step-free access to the station platforms and a new dropped kerb and markings for disabled bays in the car park.


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