Accessible Travel Website Launches Major Expansion

AccessibleGO’s travel offerings include flights, hotels, rental equipment and more.

Man in wheelchair taking a picture of a street.
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Travel is one of the great joys in life, but the industry is staggeringly behind when it comes to accessibility and inclusivity. It can be a notoriously treacherous experience for people with disabilities, with no shortage of horror stories circulating about broken wheelchairs and inaccessibility at airports, hotels, public transportation and more. 

AccessibleGO, which bills itself as a “one-stop shop for all your disability travel needs,” is working to improve the experience in a major way. The company announced a host of new offerings for users this week.

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Jamie Feldman

Jamie Feldman is a journalist, essayist and content creator. After building a byline as a lifestyle editor for HuffPost, her articles and editorials have since appeared in Cosmopolitan, Betches, Nylon, Bustle, Parade, and Well+Good. Her journey out of credit card debt, which she chronicles on TikTok, has amassed a loyal social media following. Her story has been featured in Fortune, Business Insider and on The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, CBS News, and NPR. She is currently producing a podcast on the same topic and living in Brooklyn, New York.