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This online site serves as a helpful tool for GAAT members to cooperate andcommunicate on issues related to the initiative. To develop this site, GAATplans to explore various business models employed by organizations runningsimilar efforts such as: EasyAccessChicago. org Chicago/Illinois and TheAccessible Road/La Route Accessible Montréal/Québec. Bill Curtis Davidson, GAAT co chair and representative of IBM Research,noted that
"GAAT Core Team Members plan to reach out to experts and learnfrom other jurisdictions' efforts, so as to explore the best model forpromoting inclusive travel and tourism in Georgia and Atlanta. " Leveraging such global connections will help GAAT develop a unique plan thatwill support Atlanta and Georgia based organizations' goals. The organizations participating in GAAT are hopeful that their research anddevelopment efforts will extend the identity of Atlanta and Georgia ashighly accessible travel and tourism destinations. Their efforts should one day help Georgia residents and visitors withdisabilities navigate transportation facilities easily, experience smoothair travel, find
accessible hotels and inns, experience attractions andexhibits, and have a thoroughly enjoyable experience in Georgia. For more information on G3ict, please visit To become involved in these meetings, please contact Francesca Cesa . Trina Bolton is a graduate of George Washington University where she majoredin International Affairs. She was employed in the corporate relationsdepartment of the Brookings Institution in Washington for several yearsthereafter and has since worked on various arts and journalism projects inAtlanta. She plans to attend graduate school for a master's degree in publicpolicy.