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Tel Aviv

Would someone with physical disabilities have difficulties living in this city?

Decent here but could be better. Again there are groups dedicated to improving access for those with physical disabilities. - Oct 24, 2016
Older buildings are probably not easily accessible by those with disabilities. - Apr 12, 2016
Challenging. Sidewalks are crowded with parked bicycles and motorcycles, public buildings are not necessarily fitted with ramps. - Mar 23, 2016
Sort of - sidewalks are uneven, buildings are small. - Nov 18, 2014
Many. This is not a handicap-friendly country. - Apr 10, 2013
No thought to making the life of the disabled easy. - Aug 14, 2010
A lot - most buildings are not handicapped-accessible and Israelis regularly park in handicapped spots, even though they don't have permits. Nice. - Jul 26, 2010
Yes- pavement and curbs are uneven, there aren't typically ramps, crosswalks few and far between. - Feb 27, 2009