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Passengers with disabilities will ask for additional accessibility at the TTC board meeting

Passengers with disabilities will ask for additional accessibility at the TTC board meeting (Toronto, Canada)

The new TTC Board is expected to address ongoing efforts to improve the accessibility of the transit system at its first meeting on Thursday. Advocates

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The beautiful and historic Quincy station is now wheelchair accessible

The beautiful and historic Quincy station is now wheelchair accessible (Chicago, USA)

Last week, the city of Chicago celebrated the renovation of Quincy Loop’s historic ‘L’ station, which has modernized the station to be wheelchair accessible while

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Disabled advocates would like to take a look at Andy Byford's subway plan for accessibility

Disabled advocates would like to take a look at Andy Byford’s subway plan for accessibility (New York, USA)

Byford has committed to double the pace of the elevator installation. Defenders want this codified in an enforceable judicial agreement.

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MPC # BustedCommute campaign shows the infrastructure for failed transports

MPC # BustedCommute campaign shows the infrastructure for failed transports (Chicago, USA)

Have you gotten fed up with the crowded lines and buses, the ruined viaducts, the puddled and / or the flooded streets and the damaged

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Google Maps has added wheelchair accessible routes to large cities

Google Maps has added “wheelchair accessible” routes to large cities (World)

To facilitate navigation for everyone in some of the largest cities in the world, Google is expanding its popular Maps software with “accessible” routes. The

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The State & Lake ‘L’ station will be wheelchair accessible

The State & Lake ‘L’ station will be wheelchair accessible (Chicago, USA)

The ‘L’ station of the Chicago Transit Authority at State & Lake, in which the Green, Pink, Orange and Brown lines are served, is planned

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