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  1. Vehicles
  2. Los Angeles & Orange County
    Get a Lyft XL ping to some fleabag motel in Upland. Pax is a guy in a wheelchair with all his crap laid out everywhere. "Do your seats go down?" he asks. "Wait, what are we doing?" "We're taking all my stuff to move into my new apartment." "No, I'm not doing that, sorry." I say and drive off...
  3. New York City
    I'm a reporter working on a story on Uber and wheelchair accessibility in NYC. I haven't seen many drivers at all quoted in stories about this topic so I'm really hoping to get input from some of you and hear your perspective. I would love to hear from drivers who have driven with Uber WAV or...
  4. Chicago
    So... just a few mins ago I received a phone call from a San Francisco area number asking me if I was "interested in more info on joining the Uber WAV program". Told them hell no and hung up. F*#k Uber.
  5. New York City
    Come on guys we need more WAV for NYC. Turn those suburbans into WAV and you will get even more suv pings. Some ideas provided below:D:D:confused: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-uber-lawsuit-idUSKBN1A31QU
  6. News
    http://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/uber-facing-lawsuit-chicago-violating-wheelchair-laws-n666226 A Chicago-based disability rights group on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit against Uber, alleging the ride-hailing company has violated wheelchair accessibility laws. The lawsuit, filed by...
  7. Boston
    Please don't take the following discussion as any grievance with or slight towards the disabled community in any way, I just think we should discuss every aspect of the new ridesharing law and how it may affect ridesharing drivers going forwards. I believe the below section is from Section...
  8. New York City
    One of the greatest ironies in New York City and other cities controlled by so-called progressives is the irrational exuberance for Uber, a disruptive phenomenon that uses contract workers and puts local businesses at risk. Uber already has more than 30,000 cars on the road here, yet has not...
  9. New York City
    New Yorkers for Equal Transportation Access http://nyeta.org/ NYC has-or more accurately, had-been an advocate for disabled passengers. A few years ago the city mandated that at least 50% of all taxis be accessible for the disabled by 2020. Then along came the disrupter Uber, with...
  10. New York City
    Uber's Car-Free Day Hypocrisy New Yorkers for Equal Transportation Access http://nyeta.org/ There is a "CarFreeNYC" rally today sponsored by, CM Ydanis Rodriguez, the chair of NYC Council's transportation committee...
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