Below is a list of organisations and projects which can provide advice, information and support in relation to transport accessibility and VI. Links will open in separate tabs.
This Code of Practice identifies design standards relevant for all passenger train and station operators in Great Britain that must be implemented when XXX install, renew or replace infrastructure or facilities XXX. The document also provides advice and recommendations of good practice that all operators can implement to provide greater opportunity to travel for, and further enhance the experience of, disabled people using the railways.
WEBSITE: Universalising Design
Universal Design and Equitable Access to the Designed Environment is the design and composition of an environment so that it can be accessed, understood and used to the greatest extent possible by all people regardless of their age, size, ability or disability.
WEBSITE: Braille and Tactile Signage
Transport for All (TfA) is the organisation of disabled and older people dedicated to champion the rights of disabled and older people to travel with freedom and independence in London.
Wayfindr is a nonprofit organisation that has created the world’s first internationally-approved standard for accessible audio navigation on mobile devices.
This XXXXX "develop the proposition that shared space can be characterised as ‘disembodied urban design’ that fails to capture the complexity of corporeal form and the manifold interactions of bodies-in-space."