Transportation

Stokes et al. v. Total Transit, Inc. (d/b/a Discount Cab)

Disability Rights Advocates, in partnership with the Arizona Center for Disability Law, filed this suit in November 2015, alleging that Total Transit Inc., doing business as Discount Cab, violates federal and state law by charging wheelchair users in Arizona a $10.00 fee per trip in addition to their regular fare because they require accessible taxis. […]

Seeking Feedback on Elevator Service at DC Metro Rail Stations

Disability Rights Advocates (“DRA”), a nonprofit legal center, is investigating complaints regarding the duration and frequency of elevator service outages at Washington Metro rail stations. DRA is interested in learning about the experiences, both positive and negative, of people with disabilities who rely on elevators at Metro stations. If you have a mobility disability and you need to use […]

United Spinal Association v. N.Y. Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA)

In July of 2011, DRA reached a settlement with the N.Y. Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) that resulted in the installation of an elevator at the Dyckman Street subway station. DRA represented the United Spinal Association, whose members live with physical disabilities due to spinal cord injuries and disorders, in this lawsuit against the MTA. The […]

Taxis For All Campaign. v. Taxi and Limousine Commission, et al. (TLC)

This federal class action lawsuit was filed against New York City and the New York Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) in January of 2011 to address the severe lack of wheelchair-accessible taxis in New York City. When the case was initiated, 231 of the City’s 13,437 yellow taxis – just 1.8% – could accommodate wheelchairs. […]

City and County of San Francisco Structured Negotiations

Mr. Goodwin is a person of short stature who relies on a customized wheelchair for mobility. In 2011, Mr. Goodwin was travelling on a San Francisco sidewalk to catch a bus home when he fell from his wheelchair. He sustained injuries that required medical attention, and was transported by ambulance to a hospital in San […]

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