Inspector General calls on Amtrak to make 312 stations ADA compliant after long delays
(Source: Independent, September 8, 2021)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Amtrak needs to do more planning before it is fully compliant with disability legislation, a new report says. The U.S. rail operator has outlined plans to spend roughly $1.2 billion to enable bring 312 stations in line with the Americans With Disabilities Act, which was enacted in 1990. Amtrak was given until 2010 to accommodate those living with disabilities, a deadline the company missed.
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Thursday, September 9, 2021
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