Braille street signageThe City of Sydney is installing Braille signage at major pedestrian crossings in the city centre.

The tactile signs will assist people with disability to move freely and independently around the CBD. The pilot project rolls out in October, initially with 30 tactile units that have been developed in collaboration with Guide Dogs NSW and Vision Australia.

The council is also trialling Wayfinding maps at key city locations including train, ferry and bus arrival points. The 2.6m pylon signs are designed to help users get around using interactive street signs, maps, information boards and apps for city and neighbourhood routes from Wynyard to Walsh Bay.

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