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Operational Assessment of Paralympics Transit System: Low-Floor Buses, Lift-Equipped Buses, & Signage
David Spiller (au); Lawrence Labell (au). In 1996, Atlanta, GA, hosted the Paralympics, a world-class athletic competition for athletes with disabilities. To support the Paralympics, a specialized transit service was planned & deployed to service the travel needs of the athletes, trainers & officiating staff using a combination of low-floor buses & lift-equipped buses. An operational assessment was conducted, focusing on bus access technologies that enable boarding & alighting operations. information Signage (on-board the buses, & at wayside boarding/alighting locations) that also either enable or limit full access to the transport services was also investigated. Illustrated.
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