Here’s something cool that’s happening in our neck of the woods that will help impaired people (not THAT kind of impaired) all over the country.

A University of Idaho professor developed the ‘Advanced Accessible Pedestrian System.’ It provides audible signals that help pedestrians with vision impairments get across the street safely, and it’s an improvement on those bird sounds you hear at intersections in places like Portland.

Here’s the story from KLEW TV.

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