Coverage Archive

Gothamist

March 3, 2020

MTA’s Long History Of Being Sued Over Subway Accessibility

The City

February 20, 2020

MTA Could Make Many More Subway Stations Accessible, Study Finds

Gothamist

January 24, 2020

Why Andy Byford’s Departure Is So Troubling For NYC Subway & Bus Riders

Gothamist

December 9, 2019

Lack Of Handicap Accessibility At Flashy New Hunters Point Library Sparks Lawsuit

Spectrum NY1

December 4, 2019

Queens Library’s LIC Jewel at Center of Class Action Lawsuit

The Chronicle of Higher Education

October 16, 2019

Stanford’s New Policy for Student Mental-Health Crises Is Hailed as a Model: The university agrees to a settlement with students who say they were forced to take involuntary leaves of absence when they sought help for mental-health crises.

Medium

September 10, 2019

As MTA Updates Astoria Stations, Residents Ask Why There Aren’t More Elevators

Look to the Stars

September 4, 2019

Loreen Arbus, producer, writer, author, and disability rights activist, will be honored with this year’s Disability Rights Advocates’ Eagle Award in recognition of her outstanding advocacy and commitment to the inclusion and integration of people with disabilities.

Route Fifty

August 27, 2019

Philadelphia is violating federal law by failing to provide sidewalks that are easily navigable and safe for people who use wheelchairs and those who are blind, a group of people with disabilities and several organizations allege in a lawsuit filed against the city on Monday.