St John’s Commits to Inclusivity: Businesses Now More Accessible to Persons with Disabilities with New Designated Parking Spaces Across the City”
The Transport Board of St John’s recently made a pledge to create special parking spaces across the city for persons with disabilities, including streets such as Redcliffe, High, Long, Nevis, and St Mary’s.
These spots are now boldly marked with the word ‘disabled’ to indicate their purpose.
To use these designated parking spaces, residents are advised that only those who have a special blue sticker provided by the Transport Board are allowed to park there.
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Shouldn’t that disable sign be painted blue, asking for a friend?
Can a disabled person traverse market street on a side walk?
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