Accessible Pedestrian Systems (APS) regulations have evolved recently. Hear about the latest laws in your area and help blind people cross the road safely.
Every day more than 250,000 visually impaired people cross the streets of London. What are current regulations, legislation and guidance to make the pedestrian crossings of the capital accessible?
200 Accessible Pedestrian Signals can be found throughout Montreal. But are the regulation regarding their installation and characteristics?
What are locals requirments for Accessible Pedestrian Signals in New York City? Find all the information you need to meet state and local standards.
Disability Statistics in the US: Looking Beyond Figures for an Accessible and Inclusive Society Around 61 million adults in the United States live with a disability. Diving into disability statistics in the US will help us know exactly who is concerned and what...
How Innovation Promises to Revolutionize Accessibility in the New York City Subway With more than 1.5 billion passengers per year, the New York City subway is one of the most used rapid transit systems in the Western world. And it’s also one of the oldest. It...
At What Intersections Should You Install Accessible Pedestrian Signals? When you install accessible pedestrian signals, you first need to ask yourself where exactly they are needed. Are there any intersections blind and visually impaired pedestrians particularly...
Hearing Impaired People: a Multitude of Profiles for Different Needs Did you know that hearing impaired people have several profiles and that the way they identify themselves is important? You may be familiar with deaf and hard of hearing people but for each of...
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