Inclusive Design Challenge - Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon’s Traffic21 Center and the Human-Computer Interaction Institute are forming a team with members and advocates of the disability community and representatives of paratransit organizations to think about how to make autonomous vehicles more accessible and submit a proposal to the US Department of Transportation's Inclusive Design Challenge (https://www.transportation.gov/accessibility/inclusivedesign).

Our goal is to develop solutions for people with physical, sensory, and/or cognitive disabilities to use autonomous vehicles independently.

Please fill out the following survey to let us know a bit about yourself and your interest in our project.
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What county do you live in?
Which of the following best fits your interest in mobility for people with disabilities (you may select more than one)?
From your experience, please share examples of mobility challenges related to transportation.
What would you consider the biggest challenges to accessible transportation?
How would you rate your knowledge of autonomous vehicles (1 = None to 5 = Very Knowledgeable)?
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Based on your current knowledge, how do you think autonomous vehicles can/will impact mobility for people with disabilities?
Feel free to be as positive, negative, or ambivalent as you like.
What questions do you have about autonomous vehicles and mobility for people with disabilities?
How would you like to be involved in the development of our proposal for the US Department of Transportation’s Inclusive Design Challenge:
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