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    Movinc
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    @mobearlize

    Hi everyone,

    New to this community here! Not sure how I can contribute, but do post here if you have any questions about accessibility in Singapore; I can answer to the best of my ability!

    My team and I have been developing a new kind of motorised mobility aid, that can be fitted on to most existing wheelchairs. Will share more about it when it is ready! Amidst of all these groundwork, we have known a lot about the environment around us here in Singapore!

    Cheers

    Rui De, Mobearlize

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    #446

    Josh
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    @Josh_Grisdale

    Awesome!

    I hear that Singapore has a great public transit system.  In Japan we need the staff to put down a ramp because there is a gap.

    In Singapore, do you need a ramp, or is the gap small enough?

     

    I love accessible travel so much I started this website and Accessible Japan!
    Power wheelchair user.

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    Neha Arora
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    @Planet Abled

    The gap is small enough and putting a ramp at MRT in not needed.

    Best Regards,

    Neha Arora

    Founder, Planet Abled

    planetabled.com

    [email protected]

    +91 9910042281

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