Sarah GaytonStreet Access Campaign Coordinator National Federation of the Blind UK
My Speaker Sessions
Tuesday 14 June 2022
Panel Discussion: Enhancing transport design for all users of the roads network
- Making streets safer for women and girls in urban and rural environments
- Improving street accessibility for people with disabilities
- How to create highways community lifelines for vulnerable groups
- Integrating additional standards to ISO for gender and other global goals?
- Manual for Streets
Sally Gibbons Head of Traffic Signs and Street Design Policy, Traffic and Technology Division Department for Transport
Xavier Brice Chief Executive Officer Sustrans
Sarah Gayton Street Access Campaign Coordinator National Federation of the Blind UK
Stephen Edwards (CHAIR) Chief Executive Officer Living Streets
Film Presentation and Q&A: What is happening to the safety and accessibility at our bus stops in Britain?
Direct access to and from bus stops has been changing over a number of years to accommodate cycle lanes resulting in new barriers for safe accessibility for blind and visually impaired bus passengers. The film will show how the bus stop bypass design brings bus passengers and cyclists into conflict and why direct access to and from the bus from the pavement is required.