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19.06.2013

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This morning the City of Sydney unveiled the prototype for its specially designed Braille street signs. The signs use both Braille and raised lettering, and are part of a 10 year plan to make Sydney 'pedestrian friendly', and give people with disabilities equal access to streets, buildings and facilities. Today a group of visually impaired people were invited to test out the signs, and give their feedback. Source: abc.net.au

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