Somerville completes accessibility evaluation


An evaluation of Somerville’s accessibility for disabled people, which was commissioned by the city, has been completed and is open for public feedback. The report analyzes the city’s infrastructure and existing policies on accessibility for disabled people. The Commission for Persons with Disabilities will use the report as reference in creating a transition plan for the city to improve accessibility, according to an announcement from Mayor Joseph Curtatone. As part of that plan, the commission will hold two public meetings for feedback. The first is scheduled for Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Somerville City Hall. A copy of the evaluation can be found online at

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