Where do I need to install Tactile Ground Surface Indicators?
According to Australian & New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1428.4.1:2009 Design for Access and Mobility Part 4.1 – Means to Assist the orientation of people with vision impairment – TGSI’s, TGSI’s should be used at a ‘minimum’ in the following situations:
- Stairs & Stair Landings
- Escalators & Travellators
- Pedestrian Ramps
- Overhead Hazards (Including potential obstructions wall protruding fixtures)
- Carriageways without kerbs (I.e that intersect at the same grade)
- Railway, Tramway and light rail pedestrian – (Waiting platforms and level crossings)
- Waterbodies – (Wharves, lakes and ponds accessible by pedestrians)
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