Transportation in Atlanta is underdeveloped, making it hard for people to get around. As a home to many residents and a popular place for tourists, Atlanta has a large number of people driving, riding, biking and walking in the city. Many face the problem of architectural exclusion due to poor public transportation. Architectural exclusion is present when the built environment serves as boundaries that keep people (usually a specific group) from accessing certain areas. The public transportation in Atlanta has limited reaches and runs during limited times. Additionally, sidewalks and bike lanes prove to cause problems for people who use them to travel. All these things are a form of architectural exclusion existing in Atlanta.
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