PEOPLE across the Keighley district are being asked for their views on accessibility at railway stations.

Transport for the North wants to hear about any issues experienced by station users with disabilities or reduced mobility.

Feedback can be provided on any aspect of their experience, from station facilities to boarding a train.

Transport for the North says its own analysis of 600 stations in the region found that less than half had step-free access to all areas, and only 38 per cent had accessible waiting shelters.

Martin Tugwell, the body's chief executive, says: "We're determined to make all railway stations as accessible as possible.

"To deliver a fully inclusive transport system, we need public transport – including rail travel – to be more affordable, reliable, safer, better integrated with other modes of travel and more accessible to all population groups.

"So we would ask people to please give us your views now on your local railway station, or indeed any station that you may have tried to use, and help us address these issues so we can make rail truly accessible for all."

For more about the survey and to take part, visit

The survey closes on June 7.