Improving Pathways to Transit for Persons with Disabilities
"Persons with disabilities can achieve greater freedom when they have full access to a variety of transit modes. Expanded access allows mobility and independence in their daily lives. But this can only be achieved when the pathways to transit – the infrastructure and conditions in the built environment – allow full access to transit stops, stations, and vehicles. (...) This research study explores, through case studies, efforts that have improved pathways to transit."
::: DOWNLOAD: Mineta Transportation Institute (2016) Improving Pathways to Transit for Persons with Disabilities, 116 pages
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