|Sarah G. Smith||September 8, 2002|
Please don't listen to the voices which oppose accessible warnings. I write to you as an active and independent blind traveler who counts on audible traffic signals and accessible warning strips to keep me safe. I am a guide dog user and social work graduate student who travels back and forth to work on the Boston commuter rail and subway system 3 or more days a week. The various accessible devices which tell me and my dog where we are and where we shouldn't be keep us safe and confident. Please keep the ones which are already in place and add more.
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