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Title: Accessible systems for transport
Authors: Nicolle, C.A.
Burnett, Gary E.
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: © Taylor and Francis
Citation: NICOLLE, C.A. and BURNETT, G.E., 2001. Accessible systems for transport. IN: Nicolle and Abascal (eds.). Inclusive Design Guidelines for HCI. London: Taylor and Francis.
Abstract: Maintaining mobility is a primary objective of people who are older or disabled. Travelling by car or public transport enables them to partake in work or leisure activities outside the home, without a reliance on others to do so, thus sustaining independent living and quality of life. However, transport vehicles, systems and services are not always designed with their needs and abilities taken into account and so older and disabled people are often less likely to travel than other citizens. This may be because the transport has not been designed for all, or because the traveller does not have enough clear information to know whether or not the transport meets specific needs....
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URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/2172
ISBN: 0 7484 0948 3
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