The station is on the north side of the A7, opposite the interchange building called Waverley Chambers. A pedestrian crossing, se below, brings you to the station entrance.
There are two entrances to this station:
There's a ticket validator in the middle of the path opposite the north end of the crossing. Continue to the wall in front of you then turn left (west), past a billboard on your right then go up the ramp and continue across tactile paving, onto the platform.
There's a ticket validator in the middle of the path, opposite the north end of the crossing. Continue to the wall in front of you then turn right (east). You go up six steps, going east. There's tactile paving at the top and bottom of these steps. Turn left (north) and continue, across tactile paving onto the platform.
There's a single-stage crossing of the A7, outside the station entrance. This crossing has tactile paving and sounder. The post, with push button and rotating cone, is to your right as you cross in either direction.
The far (south) end of the crossing is outside the transport interchange building, which includes the bus station. Details of this lie beyond the scope of this survey.
We found no parking associated with this station, though we did notice a bike shelter beyond (east of) the steps to the platform.
The transport interchange, opposite the station, includes ticket sales desks for local buses and ScotRail services. There's also a café within this building.
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