By courageously facing down obstacles that were meant to exclude them from society, disabled people earned the right to design the much more accessible world that we enjoy today.
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In 2001, Portland, Oregon unveiled the first new streetcar system in the U.S. since World War II. Wheelchair access was a top priority.
Before traveling to the United States, most foreign nationals will need to arrange a travel visa or obtain permission to enter the country.
Companies that do not take reasonable accommodation requests from disabled employees seriously could jeopardize the bottom line.
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Data released by the U.S. Department of Transportation indicates that airlines carried 61% fewer wheelchairs and scooters in 2020.