When Will LIRR Trains Finally Meet 30-Year-Old Disability Access Requirements?There are renewed calls for the Long Island Rail Road to make the largest commuter rail system in the nation fully accessible to disabled riders.
Disability Advocates Rally Ahead Of Court Hearing On Subway Access LawsuitSeveral groups are suing the MTA, claiming it systematically excludes people with disabilities by not providing access to stations.
No Decision On Class Action Lawsuit Over MTA's Lack Of Subway ElevatorsSeveral nonprofits organizations and individuals are behind a class action lawsuit calling on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to add elevators to all stations.
Judge Sides With Disabled Riders, Orders MTA To Install Elevators At Stations Undergoing RenovationsThe MTA has been ordered to install elevators inside subway stations that are undergoing construction if the work affects the station’s accessibility.
Residents Up In Arms Over Wheelchair Ramp Outside Of Lower Manhattan BuildingNew Yorkers want their packages to arrive quickly, but as shipping companies set up shop in the city to make that happen, they're hitting some road blocks.
Blind Lawyer Suing City Details Alleged ADA Violations In Central ParkRichard Bernstein, who was run down by a bicyclist in Central Park a year and a half ago, claims he has proof that the city has ignored the Americans with Disabilities Act.
State Lawmaker: MTA Is Not Doing Enough For Disabled CommutersNew York State Sen. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) called on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Sunday to improve accessibility for the disabled at subway stations.
Report: Drunken Brooklyn Prosecutor Choked, Slapped EMTA drunken Brooklyn prosecutor has been charged with assault and several other counts, after allegedly attacking an emergency medical technician on the Brooklyn Bridge, according to a published report.