Press Releases and Other Documents

Disability advocates to MTA Stop shared rides on Access-A-Ride in wake of dangerous Delta variant

Decision by Federal Appellate Court Vindicates the Rights of Subway Riders With Disabilities

Center for Independence of the Disabled, New York Announces Retirement of Executive Director Susan M. Dooha and the Appointment of Dr. Sharon M. McLennon-Wier as CIDNY’s New Executive Director

New York City to Launch $15 Million Ranked Choice Voting Education Campaign

Re: Please Reject $160M Raids on Dedicated Transit Funds in One-House Budget Bills,and Ensure $524M in Withheld Funds are Repaid to MTA from FY 2020-2021 

Court Certifies Class of People With Disabilities Excluded From NYC Subway System Due To Lack of Stair-Free Access In Violation of NYC Human Rights Law 

Unanimous Appellate Court Upholds Ruling That MTA is Subject to NYC Human Rights Law and Can be Held Liable for Discriminating Against Subway Riders with Disabilities 

Memorandum In Support: S8119C, A10303 

Agreement Made for June Accessible Absentee Voting Program (Stipulation of Settlement)

Coalition of Disability Groups Demand Access to New York’s Inaccessible Absentee Voting (Full complaint)

Queens Borough Public Library Sued for Excluding Persons with Disabilities from Full and Equal Access to Hunters Point Library (Hunters Point Complaint)

MTA is Not Above NYC Human Rights Law and Judge Rules They Can’t Discriminate Against People with Disabilities Who Use the Subway

Lawsuit Brings Equity to Blind Voters Registering to Vote

2018 State of the State Proposals Leave Many Questions for New Yorkers with Disabilities

Court Report Confirms Dismal State of Sidewalks for Disabled New Yorkers (Report and Recommendations)

 

 

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