There is currently a lack of innovation in road design that adequately addresses universal design while preparing for future technologies.
Smart Access has developed a design to encourage the use of micro-mobility devices (e.g. bikes and e-scooters), while keeping pedestrians safe on the sidewalk, with plenty of places to rest.
In addition, Smart Access has created a tool to compile and anonymise GPS data of people with a wide range of ability levels.
From there, we overlap GPS data over a map, or map with accessibility audit data to see which accessibility features are present. This data visualisation technique paints an overall picture of the travel patterns of people with different ability levels.