RNIB's report reveals the extent of accessibility barriers faced by blind and partially sighted people on public transport, prompting calls for transport providers to adopt a checklist of best practice for more inclusive journeys.
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Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
In line with TfWM's strategy to improve passenger accessibility, Wolverhampton Bus Station's trial of smart codes aims to provide customers with immediate access to wayfinding details and live travel information on mobile phones.
As part of the virtual reality testing, a group of blind and partially sighted individuals will be immersed into a 360 degree environment and will provide feedback on the suitability of three potential e-scooter sounds.