When my airline built a brand new simulator building in 1997, it had to have Braille signage and handicap access for the simulators.
That’s right. Braille and handicap access...
...to the flight simulators...used only to train pilots.
I would like to take this opportunity to assure the flying public that we have absolutely no pilots who are either blind, or confined to a wheelchair.
Wow my city just rebuilt a whole bunch of cross walks on the busiest road in down town. They installed those talking braille cross walk button pedestals. Holy moly the road they are going to cross has 6 through lanes 1 turn lane and 2 merge lanes at every block.
How do the blind know they are going straight? It’s like 200’ or more across that bugger.