Stadium: disabled user experience

### ODT Online Tue, 29 Nov 2011
Opinion
Access, view, toilets, pass; temperature, fail
By Warren Palmer – Dunedin
What has the Forsyth Barr Stadium become from the point of view of the disabled? This is my chief interest. I have been to four rugby matches, one Otago game and three World Cup games, each time sitting in the area set aside for the disabled in the North Stand. (As yet I cannot comment on the seating in the South Stand.)
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Posted by Elizabeth Kerr

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Filed under Architecture, Concerts, Construction, Design, Economics, Events, Fun, People, Site, Sport, Stadiums

2 responses to “Stadium: disabled user experience

  1. Elizabeth

    ### ODT Online Fri, 9 Dec 2011
    Disability access at stadium ‘fantastic’
    By Chris Morris
    Forsyth Barr Stadium has earned praise, plaudits and a platinum award for the quality of its disability access features. Dunedin’s roofed stadium has been named as one of four New Zealand stadiums to earn platinum status for the quality of its disability access surveys.
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  2. Phil

    Wow, so it meets the building code. Slow news day at The Sun.

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