Accessibility for Passengers with Mobility Disabilities: Maneuvering and Securement

Maneuverability to Face Forward

Some rider, both ambulatory and wheelchair-users, can't ride perpendicular or facing backwards. They'll become nauseous. Many people with disabilities (both ambulatory and wheelchair-users) lack the core strength to take substantial G-Force impacts from sudden stops or swerves. Vehicles need sufficient interior flat-floor length and width to allow wheelchair-users and some ambulatory riders to securely face forward.

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Idea No. 510