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.
If you live in San Francisco, a leading city that has long pride itself on inclusion, you are entitled to wonder if it is now implementing measures to provide for more safety and autonomy to those who cannot see. How inclusive and accessible is San Francisco now? This article provides for an overview of San Francisco’s policy towards blind pedestrian safety.
Let’s take stock of the differences, advantages and disadvantages of Accessible Pedestrian Signals (APS) in France and Quebec.
The City of London has put in place a rather favorable policy for blind pedestrians but there is still room for significant improvement to guarantee safety for all.
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