(877) 246-0979
Accessible Mass Transit Part III: Taxis and Ride Shares

Accessible Mass Transit Part III: Taxis and Ride Shares

Hailing a taxi is a popular and extremely convenient mode of transportation in a large city but for many people with disabilities, it can be quite difficult or even impossible. For people who need an accessible taxi, it is just like accessing a cab in a small...
Accessible Mass Transit Part II: Busses

Accessible Mass Transit Part II: Busses

When available, mass transit is valuable. When it comes to busses, they can be both liberating and frustrating for those who depend on them. Within public transportation, there are generally two categories of busses; fixed routes and paratransit are both available to...
Accessible Mass Transit Part I: Subways and Trains

Accessible Mass Transit Part I: Subways and Trains

Accessible mass transit can be life-changing. For many, mass transit is the main–and sometimes only–means of transportation. It is true that many people cannot afford their own vehicles; however, for others, they could have all the money in the world and...
For the Road Traveler

For the Road Traveler

When individuals with disabilities are in the process of travel, particularly by air, there is damage done to an average of 701 wheelchairs and motorized scooters each month, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Wheelchair users cannot stay in their...
Flying with a Disability

Flying with a Disability

Flying with a disability can be a stressful event especially if you utilize a mobility device to get around and/or travel with medical supplies. However, here are some helpful accessibility tips to make your experience the best that it can be. Call Your Airline After...
Join Now