brain builders limited liability company

1455 58th street
brooklyn, new york 11219

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
JANUARY 15, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4346483

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KINGS

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NEW JERSEY

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

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2013 - BRAIN BUILDERS LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY









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  • Travel Troubleshooter: Amtrak wheelchair-accessible room not safe
    By Christopher Elliott - Friday Jan 13, 2017

    The room was not safe; there was no room for a wheelchair, no grab bars, and there were no safety bars on the toilet.There was no room for two people to sit and eat at the same time, and since my husband and I were downstairs and far from the dining car, this is where we had to have all meals.The Empire Builder is a 46-hour train ride through some of the most beautiful parts of the American West.In Amtrak’s promotional material, it invites you to “experience the rugged splendor of the American West” by traveling along major portions of the Lewis and Clark trail and following the footsteps of early pioneers.A little research will reveal that Amtrak offers something called a Superliner Accessible Bedroom, a lower-level room that offers enough space for a wheelchair.The room spans the entire width of the train and is designed for use by two adults: a passenger with a mobility impairment and a companion.[...] I’m not sure if anything can be done about the distance from the dining car.Since Amtrak’s accessible bedrooms extend the entire width of the train on the lower level, that may be a design limitation.[...] if you’re thinking of taking a lengthy train trip in the United States, you may want to check Amtrak’s 3-D tour feature on its website.After your travel agent got involved, the company offered a $500 credit toward a future Amtrak trip, which was unacceptable.After your misadventures on the Empire Builder, why would you and your husband try Amtrak again? I would recommend driving in your own car next time.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Travel Troubleshooter
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