...Uber has seemingly sought to rehabilitate its reputation by launching several programs and features of its own to make rides more accessible to more people. Yesterday, it announced it was launching a new program for senior citizens and disabled riders in Los Angeles called UberAssistthat offers specially trained drivers and vehicles that can accommodate wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters. And in May, the company unveiled app updates to help its deaf drivers.
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