The sensible surface designed for the effective use of public spaces for visually impaired or low vision individuals. First used in Japan un 1965, tactile paving is used all over the world to help visually impaired people to travel alone. Tactile pavings should be designed and implemented in a simple, logical and consistent order. Traces should be easily distinguished from their surroundings and adjacent surfaces by visual contrasts and elevated sensible profiles. It should also be easily distinguishable from each other at stops and walking areas. According to TS ISO 23599, the dome and cones are parallel to the main direction of movement or 45 degrees cross-grid and also heights should be 4 to 5 mm.