I'm deaf, and have found that transportation services have a long way to go to be more accessible. Here's how I navigate traveling.
Two years ago, a high-speed train I was riding from Baltimore to my job in Virginia jolted to a stop.
A voice announced the stop's name over the intercom, but it was garbled to me, because I am deaf. (My hearing aids offer some, but incomplete, access to spoken language.) So, I glanced outside the window for clues: No readily visible signs.
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