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United States accessible travel

United States

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Tri Rail in Florida

United States accessible travel – the states guides are currently divided into four regions and will grow over time after more accessibility links have been added.

In addition you will find quite of few links to museum and theme parks accessibility information, lots of accessible outdoor recreation and if available public transport or car rental services.

The airlines assistance services and airports accessibility information is regularly updated.

General information

Capital – Washington, D.C. |  Currency – American Dollar

Visa – all information on applying for a visa to the United States you find on this website.

Language – the official language is American English.

Timezones (6)

  • Eastern Standard Time (EST), the time zone New York is in – GMT -5
  • Central Standard Time (CST), the time zone Chicago is in – GMT -6
  • Mountain Standard Time (MST), the time zone Denver is in – GMT -7
  • Pacific Standard Time (PST), the time zone Los Angeles is in – GMT-8
    Alaska and Hawaii have their own time zones: Alaska Standard Time (AKST GMT -9 and GMT -10) and Hawaii Standard Time (HST) – GMT -10

We have divided the United States into North East, North West, South West, South East, Hawaii and Alaska guides. The pages are updated on a regular basis.

North East (Michigan to Maine)

North West (Washington to Wyoming)   

South West (California to Texas) 

South East (Alabama to Virginia)

Alaska      Hawaii

ATO OFFICES

California

Kelly Twichel Access Trax

Kelly Twichel
ATO Southern California


southerncalifornia@accessibletravel.online


Robin Wearley


Robin Wearley
ATO Northern California

 northerncalifornia@accessibletravel.online


ATO Travel Sheets – Download here

Accessible Parking

Information about Parking in the United States using your Parking Permit (disabled placard or blue badge) you can find here.