Knightsbridge tube station is currently undergoing renovation work and will be step-free by 2020.
Knightsbridge tube station is to become step-free by 2020, Transport for London has announced, making it easier for local residents and visitors to the area.
A major upgrade is already underway at Knightsbridge tube station, and when the work is completed it will become the 72nd station on the London network to be step-free.
The station itself is owned by Transport for London, while the building above the station is owned by Knightsbridge Estate.
The façade of the building will be improved, preserving its original features, while the station itself will be thoroughly modernised, making it easier for commuters, local residents, shoppers and visitors alike to travel through the station.
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: "My commitment to making London’s transport network one of the very best in the world means it must be accessible for all Londoners."
"The redevelopment of the famous Knightsbridge Tube station will benefit millions of people every year. Whether you’re an older person, have a disability, or use a buggy, our investment will make travelling around much easier and more convenient in this busy part of central London."
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