Friday, 14 December 2012

DMUK reveal shocking results of car parking survey

With discussions over the transport legacy left by the Paralympics at a high and heightened awareness of the difficulties facing disabled travellers, there is no better time for DMUK to reveal the results of its car park survey.
The specially commissioned survey involved an audit of 20 city centre car parks from across England, Scotland and Wales to discover how accessible the UK’s car parks are for disabled people. The survey was divided into 3 areas of investigation: driver access; pedestrian access and general provisions and management of the car park. Shocking results

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