The London Assembly has unanimously passed Caroline Pidgeon's motion calling for all stations in London have tactile paving installed within 4 years passed.
This is a crucial and basic safety measure for blind and visually impaired people.
"It is nothing less than a scandal that one third of train platforms in London and around the country are so unsafe, especially for blind and visually impaired people.
"The ability to travel safely and independently is a basic right. The vital importance of tactile paving has been overlooked for far too long by the rail industry with sadly fatal consequences.
"We now need to ensure urgent action is taken. It is vital that within no more than four years every station in London and around the country has the basic safety measure of tactile paving."