Equal Opportunity: Identical whenever possible; equivalent when not
This lift and escalator are both accessed from a main foyer, allowing people to move between floors with ease. Stairs should not be the only means of accessing part of a building. This is not only for people with temporary or permanent mobility impairment, but also for people carrying boxes, using trolleys, or moving furniture. The placement of large numbers at main access points alerts users which floor they are on. The use of colour contrast helps make the number more legible for all users, particularly for those with low vision.
The stairs, escalator and lift are located within close proximity. This allows people to easily move between floors. This can be used by people with temporary or permanent mobility impairments, and for people moving furniture, using prams, or carrying boxes. Large numbers at main access points alerts users which floor they are on. Colour contrast will help make the number more legible for all users, particularly for people with low vision.
Stairs, escalators and lifts are located off the same access point at this major transport station. Signage indicating directions to lifts, toilets and local landmarks makes it easy for users to navigate the building.
The stairs and lift for this building are both accessed from the main entrance foyer. This allows for the ease of movement between floors for users with mobility impairment or equipment such as prams.