The Americans with Disabilities Act states that public transit authority and school district vehicles must be accessible to people with disabilities. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) believe kneeling (lowering and raising of the bus’s floor) could be key to meeting that mandate, so much so that they’re now equipping their vehicles with kneeling capabilities, making it easier for passengers to climb aboard...
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