Pioneering technology bridges blind transport divide

Navigating transport hubs can be difficult for blind and visually impaired passengers, but advances in technology promise to revolutionise people’s lives, according to the University of Birmingham. In today’s busy society, transport is more than just a convenient means of getting from A to B. It is a lifeblood that drives human coexistence through many […]

Study calls for more real-world tests of speed reduction for environmental reasons

While reducing motorway speed limits has potential to improve air quality, further studies are needed to understand how drivers respond to these schemes, according to a policy report released by the University of Birmingham. Researchers in the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)-funded TRANSITION Clean Air Network and West Midlands Air Quality Improvement Programme (WM-Air) reviewed […]


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