This bookmark lists the rights guaranteed to paratransit customers under the ADA and the responsibilities passengers have when using ADA paratransit.
This guide to neighborhood wayfinding describes things to consider when walking, driving, bicycling, or taking a bus or train to reach stores, community centers, libraries, parks, restaurants, or any destination.
This guide can be used as a tool to raise awareness about how people with differing abilities and preferences can use public transportation and the pedestrian environment around public transportation. The guide contains an accessibility checklist for students, families, and educators.
This guide can be used by motorcoach companies for self-study or directed training. Addresses ADA requirements, securement, customer service, and employment.
This booklet explains ADA regulations for vehicles, service policies, and etiquette for smaller, rural operators.
A resource for board members, bus, rail, and paratransit staff, public officials, community planners, advocates, and anyone seeking basic information on the ADA as it relates to public transportation.
Convention and visitor bureaus, tourism boards, and other travel organizations can use this webpage template to promote accessible transportation options in their areas and help attract and orient tourists with disabilities.
This resource sheet examines strategies for rural areas including: coordinated systems, volunteer networks, vouchers, and flex routes. Concludes with contact information for organizations currently working on rural transportation issues.
This Findings in Brief includes a definition of accessible pathways, recommends community stakeholders for the local accessibility planning process, and summarizes how communities can create more accessible pathways to public transportation.
This pocket guide contains concepts for communities to consider when improving transportation facilities, sidewalks, and routes to transit.