Tactile and braille street signs user guide

Pedestrian navigation in braille and large, raised lettering accessible to people who are blind or have low vision.

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Takeaways

  • More than 2,100 tactile and braille street signs have been installed across our local area.
  • The tactile aluminium panels feature street names and building numbers in braille and large, raised lettering to allow touch-reading by people who are blind and close-range reading for people with low vision.
  • The tactile and braille signs are placed next to push buttons at every signalised pedestrian crossing in our area.
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