There's an extensive car park between Newcraighall Road (north/south) and the station. An access road leads east from Newcraighall Road with a pavement along the south side. At the end of this road is a short ramp leading up (north) to a bus shelter (left) and bike racks plus shelters (right). We understand this bus stop is no longer used for regular services.
There are 12 accessible parking bays along the east side of the car park.
The access ramp to the station leads right (south) from the end of the pavement.
There's a single entrance, via the ramp from the pavement at the end of the access road. There's a ticket validator on the east side of the path, before the foot of the ramp. This ramp has a double hand rail to each side.
You go up (south), the ramp turns left (east) then right again (south. The ramp turns right (west) then left (south), then left (east) then right again (south). There are steps, leading up (east) to the platform before the ramp turns left (east).
You go up seven steps, going east, with tactile paving at the top and bottom. Continue, along a short path then up six steps, going east, onto the platform. There is also tactile paving at the top and bottom of these steps.
The ramp turns left (east), beyond the steps, then right (south), left (east), right (south) then left east, continue onto the platform, the shelter is immediately to your left.
We found no pedestrian controlled crossings within the scope of this survey.
The bus stop outside the station was not served by regular bus services at the time of our survey. We found no other bus stops within the scope of this survey.
Newcraighall Road is a busy road and we presume that you'd be driven to the station unless you're familiar with the area.
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