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April 5, 2021

Oregon parks plan boosts accessibility

PORTLAND (AP) — The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department has announced an ambitious effort to make Oregon's parks more accessible to visitors with disabilities.

The department outlined a finalized plan to make state parks more accessible by removing barriers that have made enjoying a park difficult or impossible for many visitors, The Oregonian/OregonLive reported. Signs will be improved, ramps will be installed and bathroom stalls will be widened as part of a years-long effort, the department said.

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