Tactile Directional Guidance Paving
The raised profile and contrasting colours of Marshalls Tactile Directional Guidance Paving provide physical and visual alerts to people who are blind or visually impaired. Used in public spaces such as squares and plazas, Tactical Directional Guidance Paving is used to help pedestrians avoid hazards and obstructions. This support planners and designers in meeting the requirements of The Disabled Persons Act 1981 and DDA 2004.Marshalls' Tactile Directional Guidance Paving offers round-ended bars that can be laid to demark the direction of travel and corners that are turned to indicate a change in direction. It can be installed in a single run, 400mm wide. Manufactured in accordance with BS EN 1339: 2003, it meets the guidelines set out by the Department for Transport. Available in Buff, the product offers both functionality and durability.
- Aids the blind and visually impaired
- Manufactured in concrete for durability
- Meets British Standards and guidelines from the Department for Transport
- DDA compliant
|Approx Unit Weight (kg)
|Approx Pack Weight (kg)
|Pack Size (m²)
|Made to Stock / Made to Order
|Directional Guidance 400 x 400 x 50 Buff
|Made To Order
|13 kg CO2 m²
Made to stock: Item is in stock and available for delivery.
Made to order: Item will be manufactured when the order has been placed, lead times vary dependent on product.