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Let’s Make Accessible Parking More Accessible: A Practical Guide to Addressing Disabled Placard Abuse and Other Parking Issues for People with Disabilities

This groundbreaking, 24-page publication provides a roadmap for addressing issues related to accessible parking and disabled placard/plate abuse. Topics include statistics that confirm the scope of the problem, deterring fraudulent use of disabled placards/plates, parking design and streetscape issues that interfere with access, misuse of access aisles for van accessible parking spaces, empathetic signage, technological solutions, enforcement issues, citizen activism, and more. The publication includes dozens of ideas from cities, universities, and others, along with practical action items.

Source Credit: Accessible Parking Coalition
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Uniform System For Parking For Persons With Disabilities

This federal regulation establishes the criteria for determining who qualifies for a parking placard or plate, requires reciprocity among the states, and recognizes the International Symbol of Accessibility as the identifying symbol.

Source Credit: U.S. Access Board
View Online: https://ecfr.io/Title-23/cfr1235_main

 

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State of Illinois Affirmation for Persons with Disabilities License Plates or Placards

Secretary of State Affirmation for Persons with Disabilities License Plates or Placards For use by Corporations, School Districts, Limited Liability Companies, Nursing Homes, Convalescent Homes or Special Education Cooperatives that Transport Persons With Disabilities.

Source Credit: Office of the Illinois Secretary of State
View Online: CyberDriveIllinois.com

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Texas 2016 Study on Accessible Parking and Disabled Placard Abuse: A Status Update

The Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities presented an overview of its study on accessible parking and an update on accessible parking activities around the country to the Texas Council on Developmental Disabilities on May 3, 2018. This presentation summarizes study findings, recommendations, and noted best practices from other states to deter accessible parking and disabled placard fraud and abuse. Recent legislative efforts from around the country on disabled placard fraud and abuse and the formation of the National Accessible Parking Coalition formed in December 2017 are also highlighted.

Source Credit: Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities
View Online: https://gov.texas.gov/organization/disabilities/goals

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2016 Texas Study on Accessible Parking and Disabled Placard Abuse

Upon invitation from the International Parking and Mobility Institute, the Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities presented an overview of its study on accessible parking to the Stakeholder’s Forum on Accessible Parking and Disabled Placard Abuse on December 6, 2017 in Washington, D.C. This presentation summarizes study findings, recommendations, and noted best practices from other states to deter accessible parking and disabled placard fraud and abuse. Also highlighted are recent legislative efforts from around the country addressing disabled placard fraud and abuse which impacts the daily lives of people with disabilities.

Source Credit: Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities
View Online: https://gov.texas.gov/organization/disabilities/goals

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