If you live with a disability, finding transportation locally for a trip to the grocery store, a medical appointment or planning transportation when you are out of town can be a challenge.
Accessible Transportation Today: Accessible transportation options are unique to each city, town and state. 360-Access is mapping those options so you can find them.
Public Bus Services: Since the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) was signed there have been government regulations requiring public bus transit to accommodate accessibility needs. Most of these transit systems also have a paratransit organization that operates on demand and its users must be registered to schedule or book rides.
Rail Services: Trains or Metro Services: Train services are often available for long distances while Metro tend to be within city limits. In any case, if you use wheelchair or other assistive devices that you call ahead for details on how to arrange to travel with them.
Taxi Services: Taxi services are available in most metropolitan areas. 360-Access is mapping these services. We will be mapping all accessible taxi companies. You will know how many in the fleet, how many vehicles have side or rear entry. Take a Taxi!!!
Hail-a-Ride Apps: Uber and Lyft have become extremely popular apps for quick transportation are often not accessible for Wheelchair Users. Make sure you request an accessible vehicle and verify that they will pick you up.
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