Website rates 17,000 venues for accessibility

An accessibility rating website, and accompanying smartphone applications, called planat.com, allows users to list and rate travel accommodations and public spaces according to their accessibility. Created by the Rick Hansen Foundation in British Columbia, the site began as a way to assist travelers with disabilities coming to the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and Paralympics and has grown, so far, into ratings for 17,000 locations.

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