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Easier travel for visually impaired proposed


26th January 2021

Easier travel for visually impaired proposed

By Ke Jiayun

Audible reminds and signs in braille at local bus stops will make travel easier for visually impaired people, political advisers suggested at the Two Sessions.

According to a proposal filed by nine members of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) Shanghai Committee, the city has been making efforts to make public transport easier for disabled people but there was a major problem of visually impaired people being unable to access information when taking a bus.


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