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Mobility in the City: San Antonio – Aaron Baker, Spinal Cord Injury Lifestyle Specialist

Aimee Sharp
Author | Shield HealthCare
02/21/18  3:47 PM PST

In this sixth video in our series about getting around in a wheelchair in different metropolitan areas, Aaron explores the public transportation scene in and around San Antonio, Texas. Aaron Baker is a spinal cord injury survivor for over 18 years and he wants to help others get out and explore!

Aaron arrives in San Antonio via a Greyhound Bus from Austin. In San Antonio, Aaron finds the city quite roll-able — he never even has the need to use public transportation to see The Alamo, River Walk or the Tower of the Americas / Skies Over Texas Observation Deck.

This video focuses on Aaron using a wheelchair in San Antonio, but we want to know: where should he head to next? Let us know in the comments!

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