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Public agencies spend millions of dollars for paratransit services. But a cost-effective solution could make public transit more accessible for riders with disabilities.
Did you know the first crosswalk emerged in the city of Pompeii more than 2000 years ago? Check out how it has evolved since Antiquity!
From the conception of your smart city, take into account the difficulties met by people with hearing impairments. The smart city needs to be exemplary in terms of accessibility.
A smart city represents the gateway for a more accessible and inclusive city. Its sole purpose is to serve its citizens, including those with visual impairments.
Disability Statistics in the US: Looking Beyond Figures for an Accessible and Inclusive Society Around 61 million adults in the United States live with a disability. Diving into disability statistics in the US will help us know exactly who is concerned and what...
How to Foster Inclusive Mobility at Public Transit?You probably have heard of inclusive mobility but do you know what it actually means? For public transit all over the world, this notion gets more and more important. And more realistic to implement as many...
Blind and Visually Impaired Pedestrians: What Are Their Difficulties When Crossing the Street? Blind and visually impaired pedestrians can face many obstacles and challenges when they navigate the streets, especially for crossing them. Abled pedestrians cross...
Invisible Disabilities: 80% of Disabled People Are Concerned! Having a disability = using a wheelchair. That’s one persisting cliché! Actually, only 2% of people with disabilities are wheelchair users but 80% have invisible disabilities! What we mean by “invisible...
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