House of Commons
ACCESSIBILITY FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE
EDM #2467
Tabled 10 June 2019
2017-19 Session
That this House recognises there should be no barriers for visually impaired people accessing buildings and transport; notes that visually impaired people should be able to navigate towns and cities independently; understands that clear streets and accessible transport are integral to the independence of visually impaired people; calls on the Government to work with local authorities to make towns and cities more accessible for visually impaired people; and further calls on the Government to increase funding for local authorities to improve provision visually impaired people.

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