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accessibility

(1) Evaluation of the convenience of a property relative to the people who will be using it. May refer to ingress and egress for customers or lack of obstructions for persons with disabilities.(2) Important component in pricing surveying services.The more difficult the terrain and the less accessible the site;the more expensive the fee.

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Accessible NYC users can read editorials to inspire their New York City travels, from discovering Accessible Broadway Theater to browsing an Accessible Arts & Culture Calendar.
Known as the guru of accessible travel, Candy Harrington has covered this niche exclusively for over 20 years.
Accessible Qatar is an initiative of Sasol, an international integrated chemicals and energy company that launched its Definitely Able Programme in 2012 and has audited close to 100 venues in Qatar with the help of an international accessibility expert.
airports that have annual enplanements of 10,000 or more is an accessible model, until at least 25 percent of the kiosks in each airport location are accessible.
Buildings that do not comply with accessibility requirements for the disabled will be made fully accessible by July 2016.
The description of the Accessible Icon in state regulations is taken verbatim from the website of The Accessible Icon Project, an advocacy organization that developed the icon and is lobbying for its adoption in the United States and abroad.
Currently there are 10 standard taxicabs and three accessible ones licensed to operate in Brant--making 23 per cent of all taxis accessible.
Accessible programme and improve their businesses in the process.
It also criticises the inefficient allocation of existing accessible and adaptable social housing.
Plus, learn where to enjoy the best of accessible National Trust treasures.
She said: "When I'm planning a day out, I have to give serious consideration to whether there are accessible toilets, because often there aren't any.
Both women use wheelchairs and need accessible hotel accommodations when traveling.

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