Accessible For Your Convenience
Adams County Transit-Rabbit Transit
Accessibility Features Rabbittransit offers a convenient, accessible and safe way for people with disabilities and senior citizens to get around. rabbittransit believes in equal opportunity and inclusion for people with disabilities and senior citizens, consistent with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). To accomplish that, rabbittransit works hard every day to ensure that all of our services are accessible and ready to meet our customers’ needs. Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures to participate in the Central Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s programs, services or activities, should contact mobility planning at 717-846-7433, or via email at mobility: firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible within 48 hours before the scheduled event. Blind or Low Vision If you are blind or have vision impairment, these accessibility features can help you get around on our buses: Accessibility Features •Braille/raised-letter signs that indicate bus routes. •Buses announce their route name and destination over an external speaker system as they pull up to a stop. •Buses feature an automated system that announces the name of the next station. On buses without the automated system, the operator announces the major stops and transfer points. (You can also ask the operator to announce when a specific stop is coming.) •Service animals are permitted on all buses. •Deaf or Hard of Hearing. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, these accessibility features can help you get around on our buses: The Downtown Transfer Center features a digital display that shows you when the next vehicle is expected to arrive. Reader boards inside buses show the name of the next stop. On the bus, a sign near the operator lights up when a stop has been requested. For individuals who are hearing impaired, rabbittransit encourages customers to use the PArelay service. This service can be accessed by calling 7-11. The translation and interpretation services are free of charge. Limited Mobility If you use a wheelchair or scooter, or other mobility device, these accessibility features can help you get around on our buses: •Buses are equipped with lifts and kneelers. •All buses have priority seating areas inside by the door for seniors and riders with limited mobility, plus space for mobility devices. •Mobility Devices/Aids •All passengers who utilize wheelchairs must be properly secured before the bus may move. Wheelchairs and scooters should be backed onto the bus. •Service animals are permitted on all rabbittransit vehicles. Bus Lift Limitations The average bus has a lift that can accommodate a total combined weight of up to 800 pounds, which includes both the mobility device and the customer. The average lift platform can accommodate wheelchair dimensions of 34" x 51". rabbittransit may or may not accommodate anything larger or heavier.