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Get in the zone with TPE’s new tech that makes boarding trains a seamless, safe and stress-free experience
TransPennine Express (TPE) has launched new technology at all its ‘through stations’ that will make boarding trains a seamless, safe and stress-free experience for customers.
New tactile maps have been installed at Hull Paragon, Dewsbury and Manchester International Airport (MIA) as part of TransPennine Express’ (TPE) commitment to help blind and partially sighted passengers find rail travel even more accessible.
TransPennine Express (TPE) has launched two new tech innovations that will make rail travel more accessible for passengers who are blind, visually impaired, autistic or anxious.
TransPennine Express (TPE) has become one of the first train operators in the North to install British Sign Language (BSL) message boards, making its stations even more inclusive for customers.
TransPennine Express (TPE) has announced a new scheme designed to make its network more accessible than ever before.
Toilets at railway stations across the North have been fitted with a new electronic device to help blind and visually impaired people when it comes to navigating the facilities.