Goal 2: Enhance opportunities for people with disabilities to walk, roll, cycle, & use micromobility

Land Use and Micromobility Parking

In addition to building and maintaining more accessible pedestrian infrastructure, consideration ought to be given to how land use policy promotes accessible communities by making active modes of transportation and transit more attractive and cost effective. Accessibility extends beyond the roadway, and transit-oriented development promotes access to more alternative modes that benefit people who are blind.

Also, USDOT should consider ways to encourage micromobility providers to address the safety concerns for parking placement of micromobility devices and work with states and localities to address no-barrier parking policies when developing deployment contracts and policy.

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Idea No. 366