Priority seat badges help those with hidden impairments

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As technology advances, so does accessibility. Crowdsourced apps and maps - like urban navigation information for the visually impaired and international mobility access - are helping to create inclusive, connected communities. In London, following extensive research and feedback from passengers, Transport for London’s (TfL) “Please offer me a seat” badges are now available. Designed to reduce travel stress for passengers with an unseen disability or impairment, the badges could greatly improve the daily journey for millions. The badges are currently in use on a trial basis by 1,000 regular users of London’s public transport systems. TfL says that if the…

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