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RESOURCES and DATA for the Top Ten Best Places to Live for Wheelchair Users

Best Places to Live for Wheelchair Users
Resources and Data

Link Back to the Top 10 Most Livable Places for Wheelchair Users Infographic

    1. Climate Data:http://www.usclimatedata.com

      1. Winter average: Dec-Feb

      2. Summer average: Jun-Aug

 

    1. Air Quality: http://www.stateoftheair.org/

 

    1. Population Statistics: http://factfinder2.census.gov

 

  1. Icons:

    1. Transportation

      1. Train by Shahriar Emil from The Noun Project

      2. Tram by Jamison Wieser from The Noun Project

      3. Train by Edward Boatman from The Noun Project

      4. Bus by Roman J. Sokolov from The Noun Project

    2. Atomic power by Daniele Catalanotto / ECAL from The Noun Project

    3. Wheelchair by Nathaniel Sidwell from The Noun Project

    4. Briefcase by Michael Zenaty from The Noun Project

    5. Computer by Mittu Tigi from The Noun Project

    6. Thermometer by Lemon Liu from The Noun Project

    7. *Icons not cited are in the public domain

 

  1. Portland, Oregon

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://www.trimet.org/max/index.htm

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://oregonadaptivesports.org/lessons-rates/

      2. http://tiny.cc/disabilitysports

    3. Icons

      1. Bridge by Paul Souders from The Noun Project

 

  1. San Diego, California

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://access-sandiego.org/

      2. http://www.gonctd.com/coaster

      3. http://www.scootaround.com/blog/scootaround-san-diego

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://tiny.cc/sdparksandrec

      2. http://www.adaptivesportsandrec.org/

      3. http://tiny.cc/adaptivesports

    3. Icons

      1. umbrella by Megan Sheehan from The Noun Project

 

  1. Seattle, Washington

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://tiny.cc/metrokingcounty

      2. http://tiny.cc/accessibility

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://tiny.cc/pushingboundaries

    3. Icons

      1. Space Needle by Jakob Wells from The Noun Project

 

  1. San Francisco, California

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://sfmta.com/getting-around/accessibility

      2. http://tiny.cc/SFaccessguide

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://sfrecpark.org/recprogram/adaptive-recreation/

    3. Quote (on infographic)

      1. http://tiny.cc/disabilityfriendlycities

 

  1. Salt Lake City, Utah

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://tiny.cc/rideuta

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://slco.org/recreation/adaptive/

      2. http://www.uilc.org/

    3. Housing

      1. http://www.uilc.org/files/wheelchair.pdf

    4. Icons

      1. Mountain by Gabriele Malaspina from The Noun Project

 

  1. Albuquerque, New Mexico

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://www.cabq.gov/transit

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://www.adaptiveski.org/

      2. http://tiny.cc/ourprograms

    3. Icons

      1. Nevada by Ted Grajeda from The Noun Project

 

  1. Denver, Colorado

    1. Public Transportation

RESOURCES and DATA for the Top Ten Best Places to Live for Wheelchair Users

Best Places to Live for Wheelchair Users
Resources and Data

Link Back to the Top 10 Most Livable Places for Wheelchair Users Infographic

    1. Climate Data:http://www.usclimatedata.com

      1. Winter average: Dec-Feb

      2. Summer average: Jun-Aug

 

    1. Air Quality: http://www.stateoftheair.org/

 

    1. Population Statistics: http://factfinder2.census.gov

 

  1. Icons:

    1. Transportation

      1. Train by Shahriar Emil from The Noun Project

      2. Tram by Jamison Wieser from The Noun Project

      3. Train by Edward Boatman from The Noun Project

      4. Bus by Roman J. Sokolov from The Noun Project

    2. Atomic power by Daniele Catalanotto / ECAL from The Noun Project

    3. Wheelchair by Nathaniel Sidwell from The Noun Project

    4. Briefcase by Michael Zenaty from The Noun Project

    5. Computer by Mittu Tigi from The Noun Project

    6. Thermometer by Lemon Liu from The Noun Project

    7. *Icons not cited are in the public domain

 

  1. Portland, Oregon

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://www.trimet.org/max/index.htm

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://oregonadaptivesports.org/lessons-rates/

      2. http://tiny.cc/disabilitysports

    3. Icons

      1. Bridge by Paul Souders from The Noun Project

 

  1. San Diego, California

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://access-sandiego.org/

      2. http://www.gonctd.com/coaster

      3. http://www.scootaround.com/blog/scootaround-san-diego

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://tiny.cc/sdparksandrec

      2. http://www.adaptivesportsandrec.org/

      3. http://tiny.cc/adaptivesports

    3. Icons

      1. umbrella by Megan Sheehan from The Noun Project

 

  1. Seattle, Washington

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://tiny.cc/metrokingcounty

      2. http://tiny.cc/accessibility

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://tiny.cc/pushingboundaries

    3. Icons

      1. Space Needle by Jakob Wells from The Noun Project

 

  1. San Francisco, California

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://sfmta.com/getting-around/accessibility

      2. http://tiny.cc/SFaccessguide

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://sfrecpark.org/recprogram/adaptive-recreation/

    3. Quote (on infographic)

      1. http://tiny.cc/disabilityfriendlycities

 

  1. Salt Lake City, Utah

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://tiny.cc/rideuta

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://slco.org/recreation/adaptive/

      2. http://www.uilc.org/

    3. Housing

      1. http://www.uilc.org/files/wheelchair.pdf

    4. Icons

      1. Mountain by Gabriele Malaspina from The Noun Project

 

  1. Albuquerque, New Mexico

    1. Public Transportation

      1. http://www.cabq.gov/transit

    2. Adaptive Sports/Recreation

      1. http://www.adaptiveski.org/

      2. http://tiny.cc/ourprograms

    3. Icons

      1. Nevada by Ted Grajeda from The Noun Project

 

  1. Denver, Colorado

    1. Public Transportation