Doesn't autorequest location so had to zoom out & manually relocate map. No ratings apparently in my county or any surrounding counties in Ohio (I live near Cleveland). Looking forward to being able to be a contributor to this project, remember seeing a similar one from I think the UK a while back, don't know why my fellow Americans can't get our acts together to get this going. FTR Google Guides has been asking some accessibility questions (at least I get them, my written reviews often include the word "wheelchair" which might be triggering the prompt), might be able to collaborate with them to get some initial data seeding, then I would recommend having a pool of trusted/verified guides with various disabilities to fine tune the ratings for different needs. My needs as a manual wheelchair user capable of standing/walking for short spans aren't the same as those of, say, a person with quadriplegia in an electric wheelchair (they can do steeper ramps, I can handle toileting myself), and sometimes the male & female washrooms are not equally accessible from what I hear (I am female). Also, I hope there is included data for those with disabilities other than mobility. For instance, I know my friends with Autism or Anxiety would appreciate knowing what places they can go to that there is a "decompression" spot other than a toilet stall if they get overwhelmed.
I think it needs to be upgraded to other places besides Toronto but it is a great idea
Finally an Android version of my favourite app of all time!!
I sure wish this was available in my area.
Great app for an amazing cause! Love it!
Great innovative accessibility app
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