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In the time since the post above, the city has installed rubber mats at all entrances and has stated that an anti-slip coating was applied to the floor and stair tiles.

I have only "tested" the adhesion of the tiles lately while it has been relatively dry and it didn't seem any different than before, so I can't comment on the improved performance when wet. Can anyone share their observations? Has there been an improvement?

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