Travelers with Disabilities
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, all public buildings must be wheelchair accessible along with accessible rest rooms. For travelers with disabilities to Seattle Southside, most hotels and attractions in the State of Washington have been outfitted with wide doorways and wheelchair ramps. In the cities, most sidewalk corners have dropped curbs, and public transportation vehicles are equipped with lifts and moveable seats. It is best to call destinations in advance if you have questions or concerns about handicap accessibility.
Washington State Parks
The Washington State Department of Licensing exempts holders of disability placards and license plates from needing the Discover Pass on State Park Lands. For more information about Washington State Parks and the accessibility features of each park.
US National Parks offer a free access pass for U.S. citizens, or permanent residents, with permanent disabilities. For further NPS accessibility information, please see the following links:
Seattle Southside Hotels
Here is a listing of all of the Seattle Southside hotels that are currently handicap accessible.
Here is a listing of all of the attractions that are currently handicap accessible.
Here is a listing of all of the restaurants that are currently handicap accessible.
Call Washington Relay Service 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6384 for TTY-to-voice or voice-to-TTY relays.
Public Transportation Services
The following public transportation entities have accessibility and reduced rates for people with disabilities: