Tactile Paving

Tactile paving, also known as truncated domes or detectable warning surfaces, is used to identify changes in level, such as curbs, stairs, and ramps, and to provide a warning of potential hazards, such as a street crossing or the approach to a busy intersection. It is typically installed at the edge of a sidewalk, near the curb, or the edge of a platform, and is designed to be highly visible and durable. Tactile paving is a cost-effective and essential component in creating accessible and safe environments for all pedestrians, particularly for those with visual impairments.

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