Publication date: 2017
This report of a survey into shared space in the UK looked at the experiences of all road users comparing their views on shared space versus traditional streets.
Participants self-selected to take part.
It highlights the desire amongst visually impaired people to have key elements found in a traditional street environment, notably controlled crossing points, tactile paving and raised kerbs. It provides an interesting range of views though and doesn’t just focus on disabled people.
To obtain a copy in an alternative format or language
Please write to:
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
Berkshire, RG7 3YG
Telephone: 0118 983 5555