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How to Involve Seniors, People with Disabilities to Make Your Transit System More Accessible

Management & Operations| May 16, 2016

Transportation systems are encouraged to welcome seniors and people with disabilities who want to have a role on advisory committees, who provide input into local planning activities, and who volunteer as mentors or peers to other riders.

For disabled students, UW campus accessibility falls short

Accessibility| May 11, 2015

Karen Brown, a disabled 63-year-old returning student who suffers from lupus, said she must suffer through all types of weather to get to campus via public transportation because she cannot afford the high price of accessible parking spaces on campus.

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