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Inclusive Mobility. A Guide to Best Practice on Access to Pedestrian and Transport Infrastructure

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Publication date
1 December 2021
Author
Department for Transport Great Minister House
Country
United Kingdom
Language
English
Year
2021

Description

A guide to best practice on providing accessible pedestrian environments and transport infrastructure.

This document supersedes Inclusive Mobility first published by the Department for Transport in 2002. It does not change the principles of the original guidance document, which explained the background and how it was originally developed. This update includes responses to some recommendations of research carried out as a commitment in the Department for Transport’s Inclusive Transport Strategy of 2018, and following engagement with disabled people and representative groups, and with practitioners.

The research report is also available on the Department’s website. This document has been updated with references to other key documents including: British Standard BS 8300; the Approved Documents for the Building Regulations; The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2016, The Traffic Signs Manual, Design Standards for Accessible Railway Stations - A joint Code of Practice published by the UK Department for Transport and Transport Scotland in 2015; Traffic Advisory Leaflets; and Local Transport Note 1/20: Cycle Infrastructure Design. It also refers to the latest version of the Department for Transport publication Guidance on the Use of Tactile Paving Surfaces.

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Inclusive Mobility. A Guide to Best Practice on Access to Pedestrian and Transport Infrastructure
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