polyurethane paving tiles for blind persons
Tiles used at pedestrian crossings, in places where the footway ends and the carriageway begins. The tiles provide a warning of an upcoming danger to visually impaired or blind people
Blister platform edge off street paving
The surface is used at railway platforms and traffic islands. The pattern is placed in rows, parallel to the direction of the traffic.
It is used to warn blind people of the presence of specific hazards; the bottom or the top of stairs, pedestrian crossing or a traffic island
Guidance path paving
This surface guides blind people along a route in order to protect them from hazard