Latest Articles Tagged "americans-with-disabilities-act"
'There’s really no excuse to build an inaccessible building in 2019.'
Pedestrians and disabled New Yorkers are struggling to get around in this mess.
The plaintiff claims she was arrested and held overnight without an ASL interpreter.
A federal judge found the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission to discriminate against riders with wheelchairs—less than 2% of NYC taxis are wheelchair accessible!
"Your position is [that] no one has any responsibility, and it would be perfectly legal if there was not a single accessible taxi cab in New York City?" a judge asked a city lawyer yesterday.
The new cab should be a nice addition to the city's fleet, just 231 of which are wheelchair accessible. But soon enough it will be replaced by the wheelchair-inaccessible "Taxi of Tomorrow."
According to the U.S. Attorney's office New York's cabs discriminate against the handicapped.
Flickr user fmsparis With Access-A-Ride service getting cut (and really, Access-A-Ride
Flickr user bitchcakesny" The South Brooklyn Legal Center is planning a
Joseph Kinneary, the “shy peerer” fired by the city for failing