Survey to Improve Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities
Americas, Built Environment, December 27 2017
The Boston city’s Commission for Persons with Disabilities is inviting everyone, whether you’re a Bostonian or not, to take a survey to provide opinions about existing barriers and accessibility needs in Boston.
The city will use the findings of the Accessibility Priority Survey to shape strategic planning to better serve persons with disabilities.
This includes reducing barriers related to architecture, procedures, attitudes, and communication, as well as promoting equity in housing, education, employment, transportation, and civic activities.