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Reply Malak
3:12 PM on March 4, 2014 
The existing pdirsteean crossing buttons in Sydney already have quite good features for the visually impaired they beep constantly so that they can initially be found, and then when the signal changes the rate of the beep changes to indicate green .In addition, for deaf and blind people, there is an area above the button (the arrow section in the image with the story) also pulses in time with the audible beep to allow them to know when the signal has changed.My main objection with this is that there are more important issues that our Roads & Traffic Authority could be spending money on, such as young driver education given the large number of fatalities we've seen involving this group in recent times.The fact that public money is being spent to service a small group, that they only need (and I use the term loosely) for 1 day a week, just seems crazy to me