NYC Subway Hearing

On May 8th, 2024 at 10:00am EDT, Judge Daniels will hold a hearing on Defendants’ renewed motion for summary judgment for Center for Independence of the Disabled New York v. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, in which they will argue that Plaintiffs’ case fails because the MTA reasonably accommodates people with mobility disabilities during elevator outages. Plaintiffs will be arguing that the court should deny Defendants’ motion because the effectiveness of these supposed accommodations is heavily in dispute.

The hearing will be held at the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Courthouse at 500 Pearl Street (accessible entrance is 200 Worth Street), New York, NY 10007. Class members and advocates are welcomed and encouraged to come observe.

Members of the public may listen to the oral argument using the following:

Dial-In: (646) 453-4442
Passcode: 924 083 962#

All members of the public must mute their lines.

Learn more about the case.