Andrea's Buzzing About - Ramps!

| 0 Comments

Andrea has me laughing at accessibility foibles in her post Getting there ... or, Not.

It's all in the photos.

Steep ramp.jpg


For a few successful attempts to provide access see: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=140241962904#/album.php?aid=131503&id=506470849

Leave a comment

Recent Entries

Deaf Friendly Cities Report 2009
NEW YORK CITY (Deaf411) - (12 August 2009) - Deaf411, a deaf marketing and public relations company, has released the…
Ecuador: El Turismo es Derecho de Todos - (Spanish)
El Ministerio de Turismo del Ecuador trabaja para que se facilite la implementacion de programas turisticos mas eficientes que…
Acceso libre: Turismo e discapacidade - (Gallego)
Corto de animación stop-motion realizado por Anna Solanas y Marc Riba. Vídeo educativo para personas con discapacidad. En Gallego.…
Edward Steinfeld on the Goals of Universal Design
Edward Steinfeld, Arch. D., AIA is professor of Architecture and Director of the Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access…
Free IATA Webinar - Aging Populations and Air Travel
Join the webinar on September 10, 2009 at 10am ET!Challenged by adjusting to new disability laws across the world IATA…
Indian Trains Rolling Backwards Down the Tracks To Justice & Inclusion?
A peculiar form of ghetto policy has been promulgated on "as many as 133 trains under Southern Railway's jurisdiction" reports…
Canadian Paralympic Athletes highlight Canada's accessible travel experiences
embedMediaPlayer("../preview.action%3Fuseraction=PREVIEW%26packageid%3D208%26assetid%3D2010", "preview.action%3Fpackageid%3D208%26assetid%3D2015"); The Canadian Paralympic Committee and gold medalist Paralympic athlete Joanne Kelly joined up with a group of…
Rossetti Believes Hotels Should Aim Higher Than ADA Standards
Rosemarie Rossetti has done much to move knowledge of Universal Design into the construction industry. With her Universal Design Living…