Accessible travel news roundup: Lyft settles discrimination claim with wheelchair user, disabled man was forced to live in airport for 110 days and more.
A new feature on a city bus app makes travel planning easier by showing passengers how many seats are available, and if the wheelchair space is vacant.
Many countries have closed their borders to international visitors, but an interactive map from IATA will tell you where you can and cannot go right now.
Ryan Smith talks accessible travel in Egypt, where he visited the Pyramids of Giza, Valley of the Kings and Luxor Temple with his wheelchair.
Copenhagen may be the only city in the world where city bus drivers aren't required to put the ramp out to let wheelchair users board the bus.
With your support, this survey conducted by WheelchairTravel.org is likely to become the largest ever study of consumer demand for accessible travel.
Blandine Even discusses traveling around the world with her wheelchair, to destinations like Beijing, Sydney and Rio de Janeiro and Easter Island.
Long layover at LAX? There is a better way to spend your time than waiting in the airport: grab a bite to eat and watch planes land at In-N-Out Burger.
Apart from the White House and Statue of Liberty, the wheelchair accessible Golden Gate Bridge is surely America's most recognizable landmark.
Even while travel and vacations are suspended, you can still enjoy foods from your favorite restaurants shipped directly to your home.
The ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act require government entities and organizations receiving federal funding to appoint an ADA Coordinatior.