Pedestrianisation and disabled people : a study of personal mobility in Kingston town centre.

By: Gant, Robert.
Series: Disability & Society 12 (5) November 1997: 723-740.Publisher: 1997Subject(s): DISABILITY | MOBILITY | TOWN PLANNING | UNITED KINGDOMSummary: A survey to evaluate satisfaction amongst the elderly and disabled regarding the pedestrianised town centre of Kingston upon Thames. Pedestrianisation has clearly benefited the majority of users, but access to public and commercial buildings still presents a problem for the mobility impaired and their needs regarding toilet facilities and seating are not fully met.
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A survey to evaluate satisfaction amongst the elderly and disabled regarding the pedestrianised town centre of Kingston upon Thames. Pedestrianisation has clearly benefited the majority of users, but access to public and commercial buildings still presents a problem for the mobility impaired and their needs regarding toilet facilities and seating are not fully met.

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