Are your pedestrian crossings safe for blind people? How do people with disability cross the road safely?
Our experts analyze all the good practices in terms of pedestrian road crossing of your area.
How Cities in North America Communicate Efficiently about Accessible Pedestrian Signals: Good Examples to Follow
Cities spend millions in order to equip intersections with Accessible Pedestrian Signals. How do they let blind or visually impaired pedestrians know of their locations?
The cities of the 21st century promote active mobility and decide to remove traffic lights. But this strongly decreases the sense of safety among the most vulnerable pedestrians such as blind or visually impaired people.
In a post-COVID world, great cities face new challenges: maintaining services to citizens while limiting
the spread of the pandemic. Among the population, blind and visually impaired persons are
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