The companies argue it could cost $1 billion to comply, and the percent required is arbitrary and doesn't reflect the demand of riders.
25% of for-hire vehicles dispatched would have to be accessible by 2022.
Livery cabs, limos, Uber, and Lyft combat a Taxi and Limousine Commission accessibility mandate.
DEC. LCT Cover: The unique dealership arrangement is paying off four years later with a widening fleet vehicle market share.
Sedans, buses, coaches, and ADA vehicles have been reorganized into one company labeled fleet.
A bill would require app-based services to make half of their vehicles wheelchair-accessible — just like yellow cabs.
The TNC is facing a potential lawsuit regarding its alleged inability to accommodate wheelchair clients.
Limoforsale.com Pick Of The Week: The 2012 MV-1 stretch is the only wheelchair accessible model in the U.S.
LEAP ran afoul of safety regulations and failed to make money. It's now auctioning off a "luxury" transit bus on eBay.
Under new president Wes Hart, the Houston Area Livery and Charter Association got back to basics and opened new fronts against TNCs.
Specializing in transportation solutions for passengers with disabilities, the MV-1 offers luxury accommodations along with access ramp.
Uber wants to take over San Francisco’s system of transport for disabled and elderly residents.
The U.S. Justice Department waives Uber’s “ambiguous” attempts to dismiss the case against it for discriminating against the blind.
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