A legally blind consumer claims the New York City MTA's Access-A-Ride paratransit service is not accessible to and independently usable by blind and visually impaired riders.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is among the defendants in a proposed class action filed over the alleged inaccessibility of New York City’s subway system to people with disabilities.
The MTA and LIRR face an Americans with Disabilities Act class action that claims their failure to install elevators has denied mobility-impaired individuals access the rail line.
A class action suit against the MTA and two individuals looks to address 'longstanding and systemic discrimination' for disabled passengers looking to ride the LIRR.
A NY woman who fell between a train and a platform claims the agencies' failure to install guardrails has caused physical and financial injury.
Members of the Association of Commuter Rail Employees look to stop the MTA's practice of canceling insurance coverage during lengthy disability claim delays.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which operates the NYC Subway system, is facing a proposed class action lawsuit that claims it discriminates against the city's deaf population by failing to provide an alternative to audio announcements.
New York City's Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) is the defendant in a proposed class action that alleges the public agency violated the FACTA provision of the FCRA.