PIE Guides, in association with London Councils, recently announced the launch of its latest “Blue Badge Guide for London”. The new book provides all the important updates required by Blue Badge holders and details the changes that have been made to parking regulations, bay locations and the sometimes confusing parking rules in London.
With the 2012 Games on the way, PIE Guides hopes that the inclusive feel of the event will provide people with the drive to improve the accessibility of transport networks across London. The new guide contains all the mapping and accessibility information around the Olympic Park in the belief that it will help disabled people make full use of public transport and the Blue Badge scheme both during and after the games.
Sponsored by London Councils, the guide contains vital information for the Blue Badge driver along with additional public transport content highlighting the accessible tube stations, taxi ranks, accessible toilets, shopmobility centres and a useful directory of services. The PIE Guide has also partnered with SOLT (Society of London Theatres) to incorporate their access information for all London theatres within the guide. Parking options for disabled drivers at the main London hospitals and sporting venues will also be included, making this an indispensable guide for London’s disabled community.