|October 27, 2002|
Dear Access Board,
I am a blind person living in the Capital District area of New York. I think that the audible pedestrian signals, for the most part, are a waste of taxpayer dollars. In order to pay for universal installation of these signals and detectable warnings will probably result in tax increases or cuts in other federal programs.
I think the tax dollars would be better spent on education and mobility lessons for those who are in need of those services.
The benefit of installing APS and detectable warnings is far too expensive.
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