BEAUFORT — Town officials are encouraging the public to take part in an online survey geared toward identifying accessibility issues with streets, sidewalks and other public infrastructure.

“The (Americans with Disabilities Act) survey that has been put out online, I hope people are taking a look at that and going online,” Commissioner Sharon Harker said recently. “It leads to actually getting better walkability in our town.”

The survey is one of the initial steps in the town’s efforts to update its ADA Transition Plan.

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