Atlanta, Georgia

Wheelchair Accessible Travel Guide


Atlanta, Georgia, the transit hub of the Southeast United States and home to the world’s busiest airport, is the 9th largest metropolitan area in America. Atlanta is considered a “world city” due to its economic size and contribution. Host of the 1996, Olympics, the city has made great strides in accessibility for the disabled and wheelchair users. Once a part of the Confederate secession movement of the 1860s American Civil War, Atlanta now boasts a minority-majority population. A key arrival point for international travelers, Atlanta is committed to expanding access and is a worthwhile destination for exploration by the disabled traveler.

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