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Texas Transportation: What's Next?

Texas Transportation: What's Next?

22 June 2018

Texas is making some changes to the way they handle transportation access for the disabled community. While still in their early stages, each of these developments can potentially have long-lasting effects on accessibility throug

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California's Ailing Transit Systems and How It Plans to Fix Them

California's Ailing Transit Systems and How It Plans to Fix Them

08 June 2018

If you've used public transportation in any of California's major cities recently, you’ve probably noticed a serious decline in ridership compared to that of years past. This is especially evident in the Southern Cali

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3 Sports that Accommodate Blind and Low-Vision Athletes

3 Sports that Accommodate Blind and Low-Vision Athletes

18 May 2018

Everyone deserves the opportunity to take part in the fun and excitement of sports. Sadly, there once was a time when getting exercise, socialization, and motivation through sports was quite difficult for visually impaired indivi

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4 of the Best US Cities for the Visually Impaired

4 of the Best US Cities for the Visually Impaired

04 May 2018

When you’re visually impaired, finding a place to live can be a challenge. It’s not enough to be able to get around in a particular place: There needs to be jobs available, accessible buildings and sidewalks, a well-organized

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4 Incredible Tech Gadgets for Low-Vision and Blind Individuals

4 Incredible Tech Gadgets for Low-Vision and Blind Individuals

09 April 2018

Technology is a gift – it has made our lives easier and more comfortable for decades. As more time passes, more innovative designs are created to further enhance our day-to-day lives. This is especially true for those living wi

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The Future of Mass Transit and Detectable Warnings

The Future of Mass Transit and Detectable Warnings

20 March 2018

Most people would agree we all have the right to get out and about. For obvious reasons, this is a bit more difficult for individuals with low or no vision. That said, it is completely possible for a blind person to navigate thei

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H.R. 620: What It Means for the ADA

H.R. 620: What It Means for the ADA

06 March 2018

Recently, lawmakers were set to vote on a bill called H.R. 620: The ADA Education and Reform Act. While the title of this bill makes it seem helpful to Americans with disabilities, it actually threatens to make life much harder f

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Florida's Growing Population and Its Effect on Disabled Transit Access

Florida's Growing Population and Its Effect on Disabled Transit Access

20 February 2018

It’s no secret that Florida has been experiencing a bit of a population boom in recent years: According to the United States Census Bureau, Florida was the third most populous state in 2017 and the population continues to incre

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5 Ways Schools are Assisting Blind and Low-Vision Students

5 Ways Schools are Assisting Blind and Low-Vision Students

06 February 2018

While schools for the blind and visually impaired do exist, not everyone needs or has access to these specialty institutions. This means that many visually impaired students attend traditional schools and most are even placed in

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4 Stories of People Who Are Pushing the Boundaries of Their Disability

4 Stories of People Who Are Pushing the Boundaries of Their Disability

23 January 2018

Having a physical or mental disability comes with its own set of obstacles that can make even the most everyday tasks far more difficult. Despite the challenges, there are people out there pushing past the boundaries of their dis

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