NYLPI Report Reveals Uber and Lyft Fail to Provide Wheelchair-Accessible Vehicles

May 23, 2018

Access-a-Ride Reform Group, Campaign, Disability Justice, For-Hire Vehicles, Media Coverage, News

Image of a cell phone being used to hail an accessible for-hire-vehicle ride in New York

New NYLPI research finds that Uber and Lyft fail to provide accessible vehicles to wheelchair users 70% of the time they are requested, and other ridesharing apps like Via don’t even offer accessible vehicles.

Read the full report here.

Read coverage in The Washington Post, The Verge, and Amsterdam News, and the Gotham Gazette.

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