Accessible Transportation TodayAccessible transportation options are unique to each city, town and state. 360-Access is mapping those options so you can find them. Public Bus ServicesSince the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) there have been government regulations requiring public bus… Read moreTransportation Know Before You Go
Madonna Long Today technology is important, we know that. We use it every day, yet for travelers who have disabilities what prevents us from having the same opportunities as other people in society without disabilities? A lack of information in… Read moreWhat is Lacking for Disabled Travelers?
CHICAGO, July 31, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Open Doors Organization (ODO) today released the findings of its 2015 Market Study. The nationwide survey, conducted by Mandala Research, LLC, is a follow-up to ODO’s groundbreaking studies of 2002 and 2005 on the spending… Read moreDisability Travel Generates $17.3 Billion In Annual Spending
Article from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics An estimated 25.5 million Americans have disabilities that make traveling outside the home difficult. They accounted for 8.5 percent of the population age 5 and older in 2017. An estimated 13.4 million of… Read moreDisability Travel Market
Accessible Cities United: Enabling Future Cities to be Smart Posted on October 19, 2017 by UNSDN 5 By 2030 more than 60% of the world’s population is projected to live in cities. Urban centers will face key challenges in ensuring that the needs of people living in… Read moreAccessible Smart Cities
Those of you who have visited Madrid, most likely enjoyed a walk/roll through the beautiful Retiro park, with the big pond in the middle. The City Counsil of Madrid recently renewed the entire fleet with 33 boats, of which 2… Read moreCheck out Madrid