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Docklands Light Railway


The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) is one of Britain’s great transport success stories.

It carries around 100,000 passengers every day and was one of the first light rail systems in the UK. With one of the world’s most advanced automatic train control systems, the DLR has expanded faster than any other UK railway.

A.J Wells have been producing signage for the DLR stations since the 1990s and during the last few years have completely re-signed 40 stations as part of the latest re-brand including platform extensions that were put in place for the 2012 summer Olympics.

The DLR is one of only a few railway lines in the country that has full disabled access and has been signed accordingly and in compliance with disability regulations.

Signage includes freestanding platform signage, wall signage, frieze runs, line diagrams and safety signage.