Transportation can present a daily challenge for people with epilepsy. People with epilepsy may not be able to drive or may have restricted licenses, making it difficult getting to necessary places. Not driving may limit the ability to work or attend school, to socialize or participate in community events, or get to medical or other important appointments. While public transportation may be an option for some, it may not be an appropriate or accessible option for others.
Below are various transportation options:
[list_item]You cannot get on, ride on, or get off a regular bus because of your disability even when the bus is accessible; or[/list_item]
[list_item]You have a disability and cannot use the regular bus system; or[/list_item]
[list_item]Your impairment prevents you from traveling to or from a bus stop.[/list_item]