Tehran Disability Friendlier

Urban managers in Tehran say constructive measures have been taken to boost accessibility in urban areas to increase the social presence of disabled people
Tehran Disability Friendlier
Tehran Disability Friendlier

Urban managers in Tehran are more socially conscious and upgrading urban infrastructure and services to meet the requirements of physically-impaired people.
According to Hamshahri Online, Mohammad Alikhani, the head of the Transportation Commission of Tehran City Council, practical measures have been taken in the capital city to provide disabled people with more convenient urban services.
“Tehran Municipality has modified 500 kilometers of the city’s sidewalks to meet the needs of the physically-challenged people,” he said.
“A total of 154 elevators at urban metro stations have been repaired to improve accessibility for disabled people.” 


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