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The WCA and the Idaho Access Project teamed up to help evaluate the 5k urban route for accessibility and to create audio descriptions of the route and several key points of interest along the way. The goal is to include people with diverse abilities who want to support the WCA and be part of the community event.
We have provided directions for the SueB Memorial 5k urban route through a visual map, text description (Word and PDF), and audio. We have created five audio files describing key points-of-interest along the route. These include: WCA sculpture “Taking Flight”; Faces of Hope Mural; Basque Mural; SueB Memorial Tree; and the Cherie Buckner Webb Park.
5k Urban Route:
Audio Descriptions of Points-of-Interest:
SueB Memorial Tree (coming soon!)
Click here to check out the Idaho Access Project's interview with Stephen Beard on Visitability and other neighborhood accessibility projects.