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yvonne saved to commeical paving
High performance porcelain flooring for all types of exterior and interior footplate surfaces: ✓ Airports ✓ Hotels ✓ Shopping Centers
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A survey of tactile paving used in Britain and Ireland
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Image 13 of 17 from gallery of Why We Should Integrate Tactile Surfaces into Architecture. © Sutthi Chuvichit / Shutterstock
Image 17 of 17 from gallery of Why We Should Integrate Tactile Surfaces into Architecture. Photograph by MINVU
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tactile, pavement, sidewalk, tile, PBR, texture seamless
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A range of paving designed specifically to meet The Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions ‘Guidance on the Use of Tactile Paving Surfaces’.
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In Japan,yellow raised grooved lines on sidewalks are a form of street braille to help the blind. Yellow lines are in all train station, no exceptions, and on major roads and small streets. Yellow tiles with linear ridges mean: walk in a straight line. Tiles with round bumps mean: turns, traffic intersections, stairs, etc. Traffic intersections have audio cues indicating when it's safe to cross.
Annalee Yard saved to Braille and Blindness
Revolutionary tiles may have given the visually impaired more independence, but developers aren’t content to rest on their laurels just yet.
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