Gavin Neate

Gavin Neate

neatebox@icloud.com
Edinburgh. / Accessibility and Inclusivity fanatic and believer that thoughtful design can not only help those who need it most but meet the needs of the many.
Gavin Neate
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Easy isnt it? Isnt it.

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Well done.  New tactile paving..  But how on earth are people with reduced mobility supposed to use the button?

New tactile paving. But how on earth are people with reduced mobility supposed to use the button?

The distance between the button and the kerb edge and the depth of the slope into the road will create barriers to a safe crossing.  Imagine how a wheel chair user will deal with this situation.  Purely a thoughtless design and implementation.

The distance between the button and the kerb edge and the depth of the slope into the road will create barriers to a safe crossing. Imagine how a wheel chair user will deal with this situation. Purely a thoughtless design and implementation.

The Tactile Cone revolves when the green man come on.  Great..  But it depends on whether you have found the cone or it is close enough to the crossing for you to have enough time to cross.

The Tactile Cone revolves when the green man come on. But it depends on whether you have found the cone or it is close enough to the crossing for you to have enough time to cross.

There is simply no explanation for this.  The complete absence of a controlled crossing on one side of the road.

There is simply no explanation for this. The complete absence of a controlled crossing on one side of the road.

The safest place to cross is at the narrowest point so what is the point in having the pedestrian crossing control button so far away?

The safest place to cross is at the narrowest point so what is the point in having the pedestrian crossing control button so far away?