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Uber Sued For Allegedly Neglecting Blind Riders

Posted on September 12, 2014

An advocacy group for the blind is suing the app-based Transportation Network Company (TNC) service Uber, alleging the company discriminates against passengers with service dogs.

Washington Post article here

SFGate.com article here

Related Topics: ADA vehicles, California operators, customer service, lawsuits, legal issues, TNCs, Uber, vehicle apps

Comments ( 3 )
  • Neal Arnold

     | about 5 years ago

    Not mentioned is the fact that unlike limo and taxi companies Uber does not supply vehicles outfitted for wheelchairs. These folks are working to achieve leadership in the Bad Corporate Citizenship area.

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