Believe it or not, there is also good news in the world of accessible travel.
For example, Cleveland’s Hopkins International Airport is making their restrooms more accessible. In fact they are winding down on a six-year restroom renovation project that is expected to be completed in 2008. Upon completion there will be at least one accessible restroom in each of their four concourses.
Although this sounds like a small thing, I would remind you that when you gotta go, you gotta go; so it’s a huge improvement for folks that need accessible restrooms. While some people would argue that one accessible restroom per concourse is not enough, I say that one is better than none. It’s progress. And actually it’s above the ADA requirements. So that’s good.
We’re moving in the right direction!