access chambersNAL Ltd, together with Amey, MacDonald Surfacing and Siemens Mobility, recently sponsored the supply and installation of a new travel training site comprising of a fully operational pedestrian crossing for the Queen Alexandra College in Harborne, Birmingham.

The site, aptly named Independence Street, was opened by Birmingham Councillor Lisa Trickett. This new travel training site enables all students, regardless of their disability, the chance to learn how to operate a signalised crossing in a completely safe environment.

The site will also be used for training by the charity Guide Dogs for the Blind.

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