E-scooter signals survey
E-Scooters are being trialed across the UK over the next 12 months. These electric foot scooters can travel up to 15.5mph and weigh up to 40kg. They are intended to run only on the roads and cycle paths but growing incidents have evidenced that they are also being ridden on pavements and through pedestrianised centres. The risk to blind and partially sighted people is that they run silently so cannot be heard.

Sight Loss Councils, supported by the Thomas Pocklington Trust, have been championing and lobbying for all E-Scooters to install sound omitting devices, in harmony with the guidelines developed by the national sight loss charities. We want our communities to be a part of the conversation that will allow blind and partially sighted people to be able to offer a viable solution to making these E-Scooters safer for visually impaired pedestrians.

As part of our Streets For All campaign we really want to hear how you feel we can make E-Scooters safer, and kindly ask you to complete the short survey below, which is only 5 questions long and should take less than 5 minutes to complete.

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