Peter Raemy, Robert Ruprecht
Mass transportation has grown over the past few decades. Commuting by public transport is a phenomenon that seems to be spreading daily. In this context of travel, information has improved a lot. While there are fewer people physically present to produce information for lost travelers, there is much more information providedeven on bus stops and inside carsthan there was only a few years ago. In train stations, travelers are informed orally and optically; visually disabled people are guided by thick lines to their point of destination, and railings are marked with Braille dots to tell them whether they are…
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