The MTA Tap and Go System Enhances Accessibility for all Riders

The photo of an NYC subway station is by ShonEjai via Pixabay The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority is currently upgrading its payment system to a tap and go contactless system. This allows riders to pay their fare by simply tapping their card or mobile phone on a designated reader. It will also work with … Continue reading The MTA Tap and Go System Enhances Accessibility for all Riders

Spotlight: Traveleyes – A Unique Travel Experience for People who are Blind or have Low Vision

Photo of the palace, Parlament and Big Ben in England is by derwiki via Pixabay *This post is not sponsored by Traveleyes* Do you enjoy traveling? Do you find your loss or lack of eyesight to be an obstacle to travel, or has it made travel less enjoyable? Well, today i want to spotlight a … Continue reading Spotlight: Traveleyes – A Unique Travel Experience for People who are Blind or have Low Vision

(A) Accessibility (#AToZChallenge 2021)

Blogging from A to Z April challenge letter A graphic can be found here. When you are blind or have low vision it can be complicated to make your way through a world that is built for sighted people. It is a common feeling to feel out of place. I am here to say that … Continue reading (A) Accessibility (#AToZChallenge 2021)

People with Disabilities still Battle Discrimination when it Comes to Using Uber and Lyft

City street with cars in traffic - Photo by free-photos via Pixabay The arrival of Uber and Lyft have helped to fill the gap when it comes to the lack of transportation but people with disabilities have been left to face discrimination when it comes to this form of transportation. Wheelchair users and those that … Continue reading People with Disabilities still Battle Discrimination when it Comes to Using Uber and Lyft