The city's Commission for Persons with Disabilities is inviting everyone, whether you're a Bostonian or not, to take a survey to provide opinions about existing barriers and accessibility needs in Boston. The city will use the findings of the Accessibility Priority Survey to shape strategic planning to better serve those with disabilities. The survey is a new initiative as part of the city's ongoing effort to increase accessibility and engage people with disabilities in all aspects of life within Boston. "The survey is for anyone who lives, plays or works in Boston. We are also encouraging professionals or advocates who work with people with disability to take it," said Winston Pierre, Constituent Engagement Specialist for the Mayor's Commission for Persons with Disabilities.