Design student’s app is a guide to disabled access on London’s Tube

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For those with mobility problems, navigating a complicated transport network such as London's Tube can be incredibly intimidating. Now, London Accessible is a new app, created by design student Rebecca Grover, which combines information from three separate documents by Transport for London to create a guide to accessibility for wheelchairs, cranes and other walking aid users on the Tube. To begin, users fill out a profile detailing their level of mobility: specifying whether they can use stairs or escalators, and whether they need stations with elevators, accessible train cars or help getting to and from the train. Then they click…

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