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The Purchase Phoenix

Purchase College parking employees harassed a disabled student and the college has failed to comply with federal and state disability law, a class-action lawsuit alleges.

NY Daily News

A pair of class action lawsuits and a city audit point to the obvious: A subway system with spotty to awful elevator service leaves people in wheelchairs hanging.

6sqft

The reason behind the incessant breakdown of the subway’s escalators and elevators? Nearly 80 percent of them do not receive the necessary maintenance by the MTA

Fox 5 New York

Sasha Blair-Goldensohn relies on four subway elevators to get to work. If any one of those elevators breaks down, which Blair-Goldensohn estimates occurs an average of once every week, he said he struggles to make it to work and often receives no warning ahead of time, aboard his train or online.

AM New York

The MTA’s subway elevators and escalators break down partially because the agency has neglected its maintenance of the equipment, according to a new audit from City Comptroller Scott Stringer.

PIX11

WEST VILLAGE, Manhattan — If it seems like the escalators or elevators at your subway stop are often not working properly, it’s not just your imagination, the city’s top investigator said in a report released Monday.

New York Post

Escalators and elevators in the city’s subway system are constantly breaking down and out of service because nearly 80 percent of them don’t get the maintenance they need, according to a new audit released Monday.

Straus Media

If Sue Susman were to take the subway from her Upper West Side residence to see her doctors at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center on West 165th Street, she would have to take a downtown-bound 1 train at 96th Street, get off at 59th Street, and then transfer to an uptown A or C train.

Courthouse News Service

Under a new settlement, one of the nation’s largest movie theater chains, AMC, will adopt sweeping reforms to give blind customers access to devices that describe visual elements in films.

CityLab (The Atlantic)

The subway is often cited as the most convenient way to get around New York City, but for Chris Pangilinan, riding the system is like playing a game of Russian roulette.