ADA Shuttle Services
Each mobility shuttle will have a placard identifying it as an “ADA Shuttle.” Shuttles will take persons with disabilities to and from: Lincoln Memorial, RFK Stadium, Union Station, Foggy Bottom, and Potomac Avenue Station. If you are NOT coming in on a bus, and riding WMATA (Metro) please go to Foggy Bottom Metro Stop on the ORANGE BLUE or SILVER lines. You will then be directed to the Shuttle Bus that will bring you to the Lincoln Memorial.
All shuttles will adhere to include social distancing guidelines from DC. Department of Health. You will have to get your temperature checked before you gain access to the Shuttles.
Shuttles will begin service at each stop at 6:00 AM. They will continue on 30-40 minute increments for stops due to traffic flow. The last pick up for each location will be 10:30 AM bringing attendees to the Lincoln Memorial. Shuttle Services will pick back up at 1 PM taking participants back to Foggy Bottom and their Buses. Buses for departure will be at both Henry Bacon Drive for those who DO NOT march and at West Potomac Park for those who do march. At 4:30 PM the last shuttle will depart the Lincoln Memorial and West Potomac Park taking participants back to their Buses and to Foggy Bottom.
Even though you registered, due toCOVID-19, we have VERY LIMITED SEATING, all seats at the Lincoln Memorial, are on a first come first serve basis. If you are unable to stand for a long period of time, can't walk long distances, need individual personal assistance, we highly encourage you to view our broadcasted live stream on our website at www.nationalactionnetwork. net.
If you have your own wheelchair and/or scooter you are welcome to attend. However, we will NOT be providing wheelchairs and/or scooters for attendees. Again, seating is limited and attendees are NOT allowed to bring in folding chairs to the event.
Disabled will enter at Henry Bacon Drive and Constitution Avenue. Participants will be directed up the corridor, to begin the process for admittance. To participate, each person must receive a NAN branded blue wristband and a ticket. To receive a wristband and ticket, each person must have their temperature checked, must have on or receive a face mask, gloves (optional), and hand sanitizer from our volunteers, lined up along Henry Bacon Drive.
If you are blind, physically unable to March on your own for long lengths of time, we are strongly suggesting that you don't join the march after programing for your safety. Once the line starts moving, we don't want you to be injured.