Priority seats light up when pregnant travelers are onboard

Priority seats light up when pregnant travelers are onboard

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It’s been a while since we’ve covered innovations specifically for pregnant women, and the products we’ve seen, such as a service that adjusts jeans for use during and after pregnancy and chic morning sickness bags, tend to focus on the physical effects of pregnancy. With South Korean city Busan’s Pink Light campaign, tech is taking the guesswork out of public transport politeness and helping pregnant women find a seat.

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