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Good data is critical to ensuring accurate and useful results for the resulting product of air travel accessibility.
I feel that disabled people would benefit greatly from air travel accessibility kiosks in that in the growing age of computers, people would not be needed for their special assistance.
Hi, borge689. DOT wants help from you to check the accuracy of its estimates, provide additional information, and point out things it might have missed. The data is summarized on the lefthand side of this post. The full analysis can be accessed in the Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA).
Welcome to Regulation Room, borge689. It looks like you are addressing a potential benefit of kiosk accessibility, which can be found and discussed further Kiosks: Benefits and costs of accessibility post. Do you think there is a way for DOT to put a price on the benefits travelers will receive from not needing special assistance? DOT believes those benefits include increased independence, increased privacy, and an increased sense of inclusion.