Sign language screens at Euston

Passengers with severe hearing difficulties can now find out times of trains at London Euston station by using the UK’s first sign language passenger information system, which went live on June 2. 

Network Rail has invested £1.1 million in touch screens. The first ten are now in use and they will be joined by another ten later in the year. 

A large screen is also going up beside the arrival and departure boards on the main concourse.

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