When most riders board Metro Transit, they know when the bus has reached their stop. But not everyone.
Riders unfamiliar with a neighborhood, people who ride the bus infrequently, and blind and partially sighted riders rely on automated stop announcements (ASA) or drivers to let them know when the bus has reached their stop or destination.
In fact, the federal Americans with Disabilities Act requires Metro provide stop announcements so people with disabilities can orient themselves. Other people also benefit.
The King County Transit Advisory Commission provides suggestions and recommendations to the King County Department of Transportation on transportation services for elderly people and people with disabilities.
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