[nobe-l] tactile transit maps

Mark Stimson marks at accessingenuity.com
Mon Sep 14 19:00:02 UTC 2009

Hi there, I know that as of a year ago there was a program in California for
tactile maps.  I believe that as long as you reside in California, you can
call the San Francisco Lighthouse for the Blind and ask for a tactile map
for anywhere in the United States.  You can listen to a radio broadcast of
an NPR show called QUEST covering it at
http://www.kqed.org/quest/radio/view/747.  Please contact me directly if you
need any more info on this.
Best regards, Mark

Mark Stimson, Ph.D.
Marks @ accessingenuity.com
Accessibility Specialist

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Subject: [nobe-l] tactile transit maps

Hello all,
    I am trying to track down cities that offer tactile maps of public
transportation transit centers or route maps of buses or trains.
either permanent displays or maps that are offered to consumers. Any
information about the city or the company to contact would be greatly

P.S. I sent this to the AER listserve and was told about the DC metro,  
and the Montreal system maps.
Thank you again.

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