Rottenbach breaks down barriers

Rottenbach breaks down barriers

"Rottenbach wants to become a barrier-free community." With these words, mayor ludwig wahl () opened the exhibition on accessibility, which will not only be on display in the town hall until the end of june, but also, at least in part, in other public institutions such as banks, doctors’ offices or shopping facilities. "Accessibility is intergenerational", choice is sure. After all, not only people with disabilities or the elderly benefit from crossing aids and lowered castle sidewalks, but also mothers with small children or baby carriages.
Whether it’s the reconstruction of the school street and the baiersdorfer street or the redesign of the town hall square, the individual measures are interlocking like puzzle pieces and ensuring that more and more barriers in the town are gradually being removed. When curbs are lowered, a visual contrast must be created for motorists so that pedestrians feel safe, the mayor explained.
This exhibition is intended to appeal to the people of rottenbach: "we can only break down the barriers with the help of the entire population, emphasized hans gotz as representative for the disabled. He would like to invite all people who want to participate in the process of change in the parish to the working group that has been set up.

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