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Accessible Bus Stop Realtime Information Trial

Accessible Bus Stop Realtime Information Trial

A new method for accessing real time bus information is currently being trialled in the City Centre. It is designed to make bus departure information available to all with audio announcements made on request using a push button. You now have the opportunity to give feedback on the audio, and the visual elements of the information system.

On Wednesday the 15th of June at 10:30 there will be an opportunity to give feedback directly to staff from Sheffield City Council and Travel South Yorkshire to gather feedback on accessibility. We will hold this event alongside Sheffield Transport 4 All. Meeting point will be outside the former Debenhams corner entrance at Moorhead. If you would like to join us contact us at consultations@disabilitysheffield.org.uk so we know to expect you.

Alternatively, if you cannot make it, then you might want to drop by the Moor in Sheffield where systems are available to try at your leisure and send feedback on to us at consultations@disabilitysheffield.org.uk where we will combine them and pass on to partners. The trial systems are located at Furnival Gate stops and some stops on Charter Row.



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