“People aren’t disabled their city is…”

A Guardian Cities article by Emily Yates

wheelchair user using metal shop ramp

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“People aren’t disabled, their city is”: inside Europe’s most accessible city.

Publication date: May 2019
Ranking: useful

Article describes writer’s experience as a disabled person in travelling around the Dutch city of Breda and finding that rather than using taxis to get around she could use the footways, enter shops easily and not worry about barriers even in cobbled areas.

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