The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan paid a visit to Harrow-on-the-Hill station today where work has been completed to make the station step-free.
Sadiq was joined by Leader of Harrow Council, Cllr Graham Henson to celebrate the opening of the four new lifts at the station.
The lifts will greatly improve access for customers with reduced mobility, including people travelling with heavy luggage or with children in buggies. In total, a third of London underground stations are now step free.
Politicians in Harrow had campaigned for step-free access at the station and were thrilled when Mr Khan included it in a transport upgrade-package worth £200 million.
The completion of the step-free scheme at Harrow-on-the-Hill increases the total number of step-free London Underground stations to 91, meaning that one third of the 272 stations on the Tube network are now step-free.