Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act provides that no person shall be deprived of the benefits of a public entity’s services, programs or activities by reason of his disability. (42 USC 12132.) This decision holds that the section requires a public entity to make public rights-of-way, pools, libraries, parks, and recreational facilities readily accessible to and useable by mobility impaired persons.  The district court erred in discrediting plaintiff’s experts’ testimony merely because they (correctly) applied standards for mobility impaired accessibility to those facilities.