Sydney’s tactile sign

City of Sydney from article in GovNews

Tactile street signs for City of Sydneyman reading tactile sign at street corner

Publication date: 2015
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The City of Sydney have introduced tactile signs to lamp columns and pedestrian crossing points at street corners which use both Braille and raised letters with the aim of providing visually impaired people with location information.

They will be applied to every signalised junction. The City has been installing 2,100 Braille and raised letter signs along with “…pedestrian friendly maps, information pylons new signs and digital technology”.

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