Here are my comments on the proposed guidelines for passenger vessels. You can submit your own comments here after reading the proposed regulations. You have until September 23, 2013, so let your voice be heard on this matter.
Those of you who know me know that I’m a absolute aircraft junkie. I grew up in a flying family, and air shows and fly-ins were standard fare at our house. I’ve been to many aircraft museums over my career, and to be honest I never tire of them. Continue reading →
On our way through Arizona, I spotted a sign that advertised “Bearizona” in Williams; and I figured it was the perfect place for Cherrie to visit. I mean, you never know, we might even find some of her relatives there, right? Continue reading →
Don’t get me wrong, I love to travel; in fact I’ve spent a good part of my life encouraging everyone to get out and explore the world. Not only does travel broaden your horizons, but it also expands your understanding of the global community. Plus it’s just kind of fun. Continue reading →
The debate rages on in Arizona, over whether a person who identifies with a specific gender should be able to use the restroom of that gender. In fact, if Republicans have their way, transgender people will have to use the restroom of the gender stated on their birth certificate, or else face jail time.
As a result of a recent settlement agreement between the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS), the Indianapolis 500 will now be more accessible to everyone. Continue reading →
I realize that this time of year can be very busy for you, but I’d like to take a moment to point out an all too common mistake that turns a perfectly accessible store into one that wheelchair-users simply can’t use. And it’s a mistake that you’re directly contributing to, by the way you do your job. Continue reading →
At first glance the new accessible taxi dispatch system for New York City seems like a good thing. After all, less than 2% of New York City cabs are wheelchair-accessible, so actually finding one when you need one can be somewhat of a Herculean task. So what could be better than calling 311 to order your own accessible taxi? Continue reading →
I thought I?d post the comments that I submitted to the Department of Transportation (DOT) regarding the proposed regulations on the accessibility of airline and ticket agent websites and airport kiosks. Not because it’s compelling reading, but because I wanted to show you how easy it is to write them. Granted I’m a writer and that’s what I do; however I fully well recognize that writing can be a chore for many people.
But it doesn’t have to be — again, my comments are very simple and straightforward. And yours can be too. Continue reading →