For Mr Najulah Mohamed, 22, getting around Singapore is far from a smooth ride. The Singapore Management University (SMU) undergraduate, who was born with brittle bone disease, uses Google Maps to plan his route, but there is no telling if parts of the journey, say from the MRT station to his destination, would be accessible to his wheelchair till he gets there.
There could be bumps, bollards, steps, stairs, slopes or uneven pavements that pose a real hazard to someone with mobility issues.
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