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The department is looking to improve the guidance on tactile paving surfaces. Making them easier to use as a navigational tool and warning system. Ensuring designs are safer and comfortable for mobility impaired people.
We are seeking views on the following changes:
- relaxation of the requirement for the back edge of an area of blister paving to be horizontal to the crossing direction with 2 options
- replacement of the requirement for blister paving at a controlled crossing to be red with a requirement for at least a 50% contrast ratio with the surrounding paving
- introduce a universal requirement for the boundary between carriageway and footway to be marked with tactile paving wherever they are at the same level
- suggestions for crossing improvements