‘Responsive street furniture’ in cities could boost accessibility

Imagine a city that could physically adapt to the individual needs of the people on the street.

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These design changes benefit everyone – not disabled people – it helps those of us who are distracted and walking; younger and older users of public space. Great article. OPC Inc.

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