Every CATS bus and LYNX train is equipped with ramps, lifts, and low floors to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. Priority seating is available on buses and trains. On buses, drivers will help secure wheelchairs and scooters. Buses have push strips to request the operator to stop and deploy the lift. All LYNX trains, stations, and park and ride lots are accessible with either ramps or elevators. All platforms have at least two ticket vending machines that have Braille and audio instructions and are accessible to riders using mobility aids. Service animals are permitted on both buses and trains.
CATS also offers a Special Transportation Service (STS) for riders who are unable to use fixed-route buses and trains (704/336-2637, www.charmeck.org/departments/CATS). The STS fleet is equipped with electric lifts to accommodate wheelchairs and scooters. The door-to-door transit service is available within City and operates Monday to Saturday from 5 A.M. to 2 A.M. and Sunday from 5:15 A.M. to 2 A.M. In order to access the service, riders must submit an application and go through an interview process. Fares for STS are $2.40 each way. Drivers cannot accept cash so riders must have an STS ticket or monthly pass. Books of 10 tickets ($24) and monthly passes ($96) can be purchased at the City Transportation Center Information Center (310 E. Trade St. 704/336-3159).
History for Frankfurt Subway Map
It is worth detouring to it from our route. Our Frankfurt Subway Map route continues downhill to reach a T-junction with a wider track; a left turn leads Frankfurt Subway Map to Lullington Church, but our way is right, very soon arriving at a road, passing the splendidly named Plonk Barn. Turn right onto the road then immediately left onto a path that very shortly arrives at the footbridge where you began. Cross the bridge and turn left onto the riverbank, then right to find yourself back on the church green at Alfriston. The combination of hard walking and good eating will certainly earn you a good night’s slumber, enlivened no doubt by visions of the Hungry Monk doing a Jevington Jig on the Long Man ..