Make pavements safer for walking on

The Foundation of the Blind used International White Cane Day to call for stricter by-laws on footpaths especially in the face of increasing obstacles in the form of billboards and al fresco dining. (Source: TVNZ) The Royal NZ Foundation of the Blind is calling for footpaths to be left clear for 1.8 to 2.0 metres clear access from the building line out towards the edge of the footpath.
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