Some places make being in a wheelchair impossible to enjoy much less to get around. But that doesn’t have to be the case. There are some cities that are really adapted to helping those in wheelchairs get around and make it easy for them to experience all the attractions. Below we have listed the top 5 best US cities for wheelchair- accessible travel in 2019.
It might be the Mile High City but it’s not far from being one of the most wheelchair accessible cities in the US. The Metro is completely wheelchair plus those with disabilities get priority seating. If you have a wheelchair then you’ll have access to a service which takes you anywhere within less than one-mile radius.
Los Angeles, CA
Not only does it have amazing weather but LA also has tons of attractions like the Venice Boardwalk, Universal Studios, and Dodger Stadium that are all wheelchair accessible attractions. No wonder it’s a top US destination, but it’s also is a very wheelchair friendly city thanks to all the Metros being wheelchair accessible. The cool part is their buses have automatic lifts, which make it easy to get around.
San Fransisco, CA
So, you want to go to Alcatraz, Chinatown, Fisherman’s Wharf, and the Golden Gate Bridge just like you’ve always dreamed but you question whether it is wheelchair accessible, being such a big city and all. Well, don’t worry, because The City by the Bay may be full of hills but it’s got a public transportation system that is very well versed in securing wheelchairs making it an extremely wheelchair accessible city.
There is just so much to see in The Windy City including the Sears Tower, 360 Chicago, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the Chicago Theatre that it has to be wheelchair accessible! Well, it is thanks to Pace Para-transit and Taxi Access Program services, and Open Taxis (which is a centralized dispatch service that works around the clock to give wheelchair accessible vehicles to people who need them).
The great Walt Disney World is a place no one should ever have to miss, and thankfully they kept this in mind because it is a very wheelchair accessible place where you can explore and enjoy without worry. Also, the famous Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure are both known for ease of wheelchair accessibility. If you decide to go into downtown Orlando then their public bus system called LYNX has hydraulic lifts and restraining belts for the seats of those in wheelchairs.
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