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Viewpoint: Issue 243 31 May 2012

Ensuring parking is accessible for all

A tour of this year’s Parkex made Helen Dolphin think about the nature of the relationship between technology, parking and disabled people

Helen Dolphin

While touring the Parkex 2012 exhibition I was interested to see how some companies are now recognising that having a parking machine that is accessible to disabled people can be a positive marketing tool. Parking equipment company Amano has really taken this to heart and even had a wheelchair prominently displayed on their stand in front of their machine at a height accessible for wheelchair users. As a double hand amputee it was still too fiddly for me to use the buttons, but the company had...

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