Pleasure to meet you all! I go by OK. Although I don't have a disability myself, I joined the forum in order to gain insight for a school project that I've been working on, and would appreciate any insight and unique perspectives that you could offer.
I'm currently conducting research regarding ease of access to public facilities, buildings, and transportation while being physically limited in mobility. If you rely on a wheelchair or generally need to use access ramps as opposed to stairs, could you please answer the following questions?
1. How easy is it for you to get from one place to another?
2. Do you think public buildings/facilities are doing
enough right now to enable handicapped people to get around? In general, what
changes would you like to see in terms of public accommodations that would
improve your travel experience?
3. When was the last time you couldn’t go somewhere or
access an entrance due to your limited mobility?
4. Are you satisfied with current building accessibility
management (elevators, etc) in the area where you live?
5. Can you walk me through your daily commute/travel plans?
I hope this is an appropriate place to ask this and would truly appreciate it you could help me out. Thank you again!