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Google Maps Unveils Wheelchair Accessible Transit Routes

Google Maps is filling in an important detail for its transit navigation by giving users the option to check a box that will highlight wheelchair accessible stations. The addition of wheelchair accessibility is meant to round out other location and direction features on a global basis. “This feature is rolling out in major metropolitan transit centers … Continue reading Google Maps Unveils Wheelchair Accessible Transit Routes

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  1. Yayyyyy!!! Way to go Google!!! One of my very first posts on my own blog was on the topic of the lack of internet map directions for disabled people: https://blindinjusticeblog.com/2017/05/23/the-ableism-of-internet-map-directions/. So to see Google start to provide directions specific for people who are disabled is very satisfying.

  2. Thanks for the comment Brendan!

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