In the last post, we talked about accessible buses – sure they may have ramps but are they universally accessible?
Because of the Americans With Disabilities Act, all public transport systems in the United States have to have both auditory and visual information.
In Canada, the CNIB has introduced a “Bus Hailing Kit” which can be used by the visually impaired to hail the bus that they are looking for.
The updated Bus Hailing Kit used by Calgary Transit (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) can be seen at this link.
How hard would it be for the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development of the Malaysian Government to assist RapidKL and RapidPenang create something similar for Malaysians to benefit from?