Massachusetts grills Uber and Lyft over disability access

Ridesharing outfits make some effort to accommodate disabled passengers, but Massachusetts isn’t sure that they go far enough. Reuters has learned that the state’s Attorney General is grilling Uber and Lyft over the levels of disability access they provide. There aren’t any official actions under way, but this is the first time that any US attorney general’s office has given accessibility a look. That’s bound to make the two companies nervous when both of them are facing lawsuits over their support for guide dogs and wheelchairs.

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