Acess to Mass Transit for Blind and Visually Impaired Travelers
Amer Foundation for the Blind, 1990 - Architecture - 179 pages
Access to Mass Transit addresses travel issues vital to independence for blind and visually impaired persons from several perspectives -- those of blind and visually impaired persons who use mass transit, orientation and mobility instructors, and transportation professionals. Focusing on national and international issues, this information-filled manual covers approaches to making mass transit accessible in several cities in the United States and in Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan. Arranged in a well-illustrated, easy-to-use format, tips, techniques, guidelines, and adaptive strategies are presented for safe and independent travel on subways, buses, and commuter rails.
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