For Individual Participants: Overcoming Barriers

These questions are offered as a discussion guide: • What kinds of transportation challenges are Veterans, Service Members, and their families facing? • Which transportation challenges are most difficult, and why (for example, to work, rehab or health services, shopping, the mall, the movies)? • What do you see as the gaps in your local transportation network? • What changes can or should be made to improve the quality and availability of transportation in your community?

Campaign: For Individual Participants: Overcoming Barriers

The State(such as it might be held)should do more.

The sight impaired and the audible pedestrian(APS) Obviously,participants of this forum do not support the idea of more APS's to serve the blind community "wounded warrior"or not,than the APS's currently does. Would you like to know why?No,it isn't because of most of the time you are drivers,than you are pedestrians or because you might feel uncomfortable around the blind population. Nor is it because FDOT and its'agents ...more »

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More sidewalks and bike paths within a 2 mile radius of parks

For the past number of years the national focus has been on a 2 mile radius of schools.Now that the task has all but been completed, how about changing what the focus has been?

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