For Syrets station, experimental visual and tactile informers and signage were designed and installed For the first time, a design layout was developed that, according to the authors, should provide the most comfortable, fast and convenient information for all categories of passengers. We are talking about the signposts made in larger font in a contrasting colour ratio and duplicated in Braille. Suitable signposts are accessible to the visual perception of blind people with a few percent residual vision, are comfortable enough for visually impaired passengers, allow very quickly, without delaying the movement of crowds of passengers during peak hours, to obtain all necessary information for other categories of MHN, for example, people who are not oriented on the ground (stations). In other words, appropriate signage contributes to a safer station for all passengers. Up to Syrets station (at all other stations) there is currently a huge problem specifically related to visual accessibility. Visually impaired passengers and some other categories of VIPs navigate intuitively. And when they start looking at the old signs and schemes available today, they hinder the movement of other passengers.