Appropriate signage will facilitate persons with disabilities' inclusion and mobility.

Signage must be clear, easy to read and to understand (avoid glass panels and favor contrasted colors). Too much information kills information. Relief prints or tactile maps, where the letters and signs are raised at least 1mm from the background, might be used to enable people with visual impairments to read the information using the tips of their fingers.

Strings and ropes, or handrails can also be used as signaling the way to washrooms or other key public services, for easier orientation for people with visual impairments.

Accessible hygiene facilities and other accessible places should be clearly identified by the international access symbol.