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Other Boston neighborhoods have found compromise on ramps

The idea of installing brightly colored curb ramps didn’t go over well in the Back Bay, Bay Village, South End, and Beacon Hill when city officials presented plans to help disabled pedestrians navigate the streets.

Some called the proposed color of the ramps’ tactile warning strips “Big Bird” yellow. Others likened it to a school bus.

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