Topic : paratransit

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AC Transit adding 36 MCI accessibility-friendly commuter coaches

Accessibility| December 10, 2019

Ultimately, the coaches will be the backbone of AC Transit’s efforts to eliminate commuter gridlock across three of the Bay Area’s most congested bridges.

Q&A with Greater Richmond Transit's travel trainer Kelsey Calder

Accessibility| December 10, 2019

The most important lessons I have learned are how to listen and how to trust.

Accessibility| December 9, 2019

TransLink adding tactile, braille signage at bus stops

Will also be looking at developing a wayfinding technology pilot that will help customers better navigate the system using data sent directly to a phone or tablet.

December 4, 2019

Why public transit needs accessibility advocates

It seems that transit has a love-hate relationship with advocates, and many disability community advocates feel the same way about transit. 

Mobility| December 3, 2019

Chicago region's transportation fails people with disabilities, seniors: Study

New report issued by the Metropolitan Planning Council makes 32 recommendations for improvement in eight different categories. 

November 20, 2019

Aiming to live and travel 'unimpeded' with a visual impairment

I was born with very poor eyesight, and by the time I turned 14, I traded in my poor eyesight for a long white cane and lessons in Braille.

Accessibility| November 20, 2019

Pace's balanced budget includes ride-share pilots

The pilot projects will test service during overnight hours to help third-shift employees get to work.

Management & Operations| November 18, 2019

NY MTA 2020 budget, financial plan projected to save $1.6 billion

Proposal also includes $253 million in higher farebox revenue than projected in the July plan due to increased ridership across system.

Accessibility| November 18, 2019

[Video] A Phoenix Dial-a-Ride customer talks about her experience

Guadalupe Steele has been utilizing Dial-a-Ride for 13 years. She is disabled and cannot drive but is still active in her community. Steele is a business owner, an employee at Phoenix City Hall, and volunteers for her local community group. Here she discusses her experience on the City of Phoenix's Dial-a-Ride service. Video via the City of Phoenix. 

Accessibility| November 12, 2019

Flint MTA's Rides to Wellness service increases ridership by 64%

The on-demand service offers same-day service, provided within a goal of 30 minutes.

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