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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
31 May 2012
Helen Dolphin
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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