Inclusive mobility. A guide to best practice on access to pedestrian and transport infrastructure
Overall objective is to provide inclusive design and through that achieve social inclusion. This guide starts with the pedestrian and street environment and then goes on to deal with public transport buildings and infrastructure. Specifically covers: basic human factors information; footways, footpaths and pedestrian areas; tactile paving surfaces; car parking; bus stops; taxi ranks; access to and within transport-related buildings; transport buildings: facilities; signage and information; lighting; access in the countryside; consultation, training and management.
Superseded by Inclusive mobility. A guide to best practice on access to pedestrian and transport infrastructure (DfT, 2021). Updates the 2002 version. This document has been archived by its original publisher.
Department for Transport
The Department for Transport is a UK Government department that provides leadership across the transport sector to achieve its objectives, working with regional, local and private sector partners to deliver many of the services. These activities were formerly carried out by the Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions.
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