Oliver has nominated Radlett Station for Access for All funding to install lifts at the Station.
At the moment, only one platform at the station has step free access so people with greater accessibility needs who would find it difficult or impossible to climb the stairs for the footbridge cannot use the station.
With Access for All funding, lifts could be installed at the station to improve its accessibility and ensure that everyone is able to use the station.
The two neighbouring stations, Elstree & Borehamwood and St Albans City are accessible already, with Radlett the odd one out.
Speaking in favour of the nomination, Oliver said: ‘Like many local residents, I have long been frustrated by the poor accessibility and lack of lifts at Radlett Station.
At the moment, the only way someone can use the train to travel to and from the station is to climb the stairs up to the footbridge.
This makes it very hard, or impossible, for someone with greater accessibility needs, like someone who uses a wheelchair, is travelling with a pram or someone who cannot climb the stairs, to use this station.
So as the next round of Access for All funding opens, I have nominated Radlett Station to be given the investment needed to install lifts and make the Station accessible.
I have always campaigned to improve our local transport networks and I think everyone, regardless of their accessibility needs, should be able to use them.’