Metropia's white-label app prioritizes accessibility, with a user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) that are designed to be intuitive and easy to navigate. In our commitment to inclusivity, the app has undergone rigorous ADA compliance audits conducted by third-party auditors. These audits ensure that the app meets the necessary accessibility standards, making it accessible and user-friendly for all individuals. We believe that everyone should have equal access to transportation services, and we strive to provide an inclusive experience for all users.
The following features highlight the accessibility-related aspects of GoEzy, the white label app:
Simple and intuitive UI/UX design: The app's design prioritizes clarity and ease of use, ensuring that users can interact with the app effortlessly.
VoiceOver Command for POI Inputs: The app supports VoiceOver functionality, allowing users to input Points of Interest (POIs) using voice commands. On Android devices, VoiceOver is enabled through the TalkBack feature, providing spoken feedback for UI elements and text input. Users can navigate and interact with the app using gestures or keyboard shortcuts. Similarly, on iOS devices, VoiceOver offers comprehensive accessibility features, including spoken descriptions of on-screen elements. Users can activate VoiceOver in the Accessibility settings and customize it to their needs, enabling interaction through gestures, taps, or keyboard commands.
Text and audible instructions for driving navigation: Clear and concise instructions are provided both visually and audibly to guide users during driving navigation, ensuring accessibility for users with visual impairments.
Wheelchair-accessible trip display: The Intermodal engine of the app has the capability to show wheelchair-accessible trip options, provided that this information is included in the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) data.
Parking filtering options: The app allows users to filter parking options based on on-street parking and garages/lots. If ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) information is available, an additional filter can easily be added to accommodate users with specific accessibility needs.
Built-in assistive technologies: The app leverages the assistive technologies present on smartphones, such as screen readers and text transcripts for voice, to enhance accessibility for users with diverse needs.
Metropia is dedicated to ensuring that its apps meet accessibility standards, allowing a wide range of users to access and benefit from its features.