The Americans with Disabilities Act is 22 today. I’ll celebrate because some things are better for blind people and many things are better for people with other disabilities. Some of the improvements that have benefitted me as a blind person include: requiring public entities like boards I’m on and Social Security to provide info in braille or other accessible formats, guide dog access standardized instead of differing in every state and backing from the ADA to do describer training for library staff
The lite rail in our area has talking ticket machines.
I can use talking atms.
There is braille signage in public taxis telling me the driver number in
case I want to file a report.
There are automated announcers in local busses that tell me the stop as the
There are a number of accessible street crossings with audible pedestrian
signals in my city.