Tactile Paving Done Wrong

You know those raised bumps and lines you see at metro and train stations? It turns out they actually have a name. Directional tactile paving is used for both blind and visually-impaired individuals to help them find their way and alert them to sudden changes in height (e.g. platform edges).

This is not directional.

Directional tactile paving in Utrecht that is not directional.


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