Euston has become the first station in the UK to offer updates on disruptions in British Sign Language, making the station more accessible.
Well over 10,000 products from the German company TSL-ESCHA are installed on the 14 different Metro Moscow lines.
TSL-ESCHA's door opening push button PK52 is now available for installation in glass doors of buses and trains.
One million hand rail buttons sold is another milestone in the 35-year company history of TSL-ESCHA, of which the employees are very proud.
Railway staff in Britain are receiving disability awareness and equality training as part of requirements in the ORR accessibility guidance.
PALFINGER has signed a contract to acquire Hinz Försäljnings AB, PALFINGER’s second largest global independent distribution partner.
Northern has removed the last of its 102 Pacer trains from service, following regulations requiring rolling stock to be accessible.