Ohio city to use technology to help people with disabilities cross streets

09/22/2009 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

Audible crosswalk signals will be installed at nine more intersections in Worthington, Ohio, to assist people with disabilities. The signals announce crossing conditions and the volume is adjusted according to the sound from traffic. Across the state, cities have typically waited for resident requests before installing assistive cross-walking equipment.

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