This week marks the 23rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, an important piece of legislation that is based on the principal that Americans with disabilities should be afforded the same rights and opportunities as all other Americans. We are proud to serve as an important mode of transportation for people with disabilities.
We have taken many significant steps to improve the travel experience for passengers with disabilities, however, there is still work that needs to be done. We own a small percentage of the nearly 500 stations we serve, but we are committed to partnering with all station owners to create a nationwide system that is accessible to each and every passenger.
I am confident we can build on the progress we have made to date and continue to advance a robust program of station-accessibility improvements with the help of sufficient federal funding.
As America’s Railroad, we are thankful for your loyalty and are committed to responding to the wants, needs and expectations of our customers.
Amtrak President and CEO