LUL - G371A
Station Planning Standards and Guidelines
|Publication Date:||1 July 2012|
This document applies to the spatial aspects of station planning in the following areas:
- Public areas within stations
- Operational staff accommodation
The aims of the document are to:
- Provide all the information required by an architect or other designer to produce an outline station design of sufficient detail to provide a plus 35 per cent cost estimate and to feed into a passenger modelling process
- Provide information that shall be used to identify the station 'footprint'
Compliance with this document will produce a station that has minimum congestion.
This document is not intended as a complete set of detailed design standards. Other standards are cross-referenced where necessary.
The standards within this document are contained within Strategy & Service Development Standard S1371, Station Planning. The document as a whole forms a Good Practice Guide, G-371A, within the suite of Strategy & Service Development standards, and complements all other LU standards, British Standards, and HMRI Railway Safety Principles and Guidance.
This document applies to all stations, existing and planned, whether they are surface stations, enclosed stations (formerly known as 'Section 12'), heavily used central area stations, or lightly used outer suburban stations.