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Passenger Rail

Passenger rail accessibility guidelines providing criteria for new and re-manufactured buses and vans, rail vehicles, and other modes of public transportation.
 
Transportation accessibility guidelines establishing the minimum requirements for accessibility in buildings and facilities subject to Title II and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
DOT guidance on the accessibility of commuter and intercity rail stations.
 
DOT guidance on whether transportation entities should permit the "Segway" personal transportation device to be used on transportation vehicles when used as a mobility device by people with disabilities.
 
DOT ADA regulations at 49 CFR Parts 37 and 38 addressing rail accessibility.
 
Provides the United States Code that governs the different rail programs.
 
Provides transportation accessibility information and technical assistance on the ADA, including material on Title III, which applies to public accommodations and private facilities.
Last updated: Tuesday, January 5, 2016