Amtrak Stations Cited For Accessibility Problems – Disability Scoop

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More than two decades after the ADA took effect, many Amtrak stations across the country are not fully accessible to those with disabilities, a new report finds.

Jane Sleeth‘s insight:

The US’s ADA requires customers and in this case passengers to adopt a litigious approach to accessibility. This is a slow and ineffective way to ensure businesses including Amtrak become accessible to ALL passengers.  The AODA in Ontario takes a broader approach to accessibility. The only thing missing is a Provincial leader who backs the AODA ACT fully in both words and actions. #JESleeth Optimal Peformance

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