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“It’s like playing the lottery – you never know whether train stations have working elevators or if the sidewalks are free of construction. It’s always a challenge getting around.”

Michele was 20 when she lost her ability to walk after a major car accident. Today, she navigates the streets of Chicago hoping that the train stations she travels to, or restaurants she eats at, are wheelchair accessible. See how Google Local Guides are making the world more accessible to people like Michele: www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYX5Hqucb3g
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  • 2.2 million people in the U.S. use a wheelchair. Yet, our country’s infrastructure is not designed with them in min… https://t.co/YYAzZM3BzN 3 days ago
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