Vision impaired visitors and residents of Sydney will find the task of making their way around the city to be safer and more convenient following the role out of what the local council claims is the world’s most comprehensive network of braille and tactile signs.

In its latest announcement, the City of Sydney said that tactile aluminum panels which feature street names and building numbers in both braille and large, raised lettering to allow touch-reading by people who are blind and close range reading for those with low vision are in place next to push…