Massachusetts grills Uber and Lyft over disability access
For its part, Uber says it both talks to lawmakers about accessibility and has a team "dedicated" to improving access. If Massachusetts presses for changes, there's a real chance that it'll get at least some concessions rather than face a legal battle. With that said, ridesharing companies have historically resisted measures that potentially hike their costs – we wouldn't rule out some pushback if they believe the state is taking things too far.
This article by Jon Fingas originally ran on Engadget, the definitive guide to this connected life.
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