Adding Braille to Transit Locations
BrailleBraille is essential to men and women living with vision loss or blindness. The raised dot allows people to read books and navigate through the world. In Canada, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is adding braille to ten transit locations closely spaced out as part of a new trial.

"The purpose of these signs is to assist people with low or no vision to locate and wait at the appropriate transit stop in locations where there are two transit stop poles within close proximity of each other (around a bus length apart) along a particular block," reads a description of the project on the TTC's website. "The addition of these signs will help to distinguish which routes board at the individual stops, combined with the verification of external stop announcements."

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"TTC to install Braille transit signs at select stops"

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