DOT wants airline sites, airport kiosks more accessible

09/19/2011 | USA Today

The U.S. Department of Transportation wants airlines and airports to provide better service for the disabled who may be unable to read or operate screens when buying tickets or printing passes. "I strongly believe that airline passengers with disabilities should have equal access to the same services as all other travelers," said Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.

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