Goldenberg v. MTA
Disability Justice, Goldenberg v. MTA, MTA, Transportation
An accessible subway system means more than simply access from the street to the subway platforms via elevators and ramps. For many people with disabilities, including those who are blind or use wheelchairs and other mobility devices, getting to the platform is meaningless if excessive gaps make it impossible to board or exit the train. Various gap protections have been implemented by mass transit agencies around the country and world– including in New Jersey, Boston, Chicago, Hong Kong, and Australia — yet the MTA continues to ignore this glaring accessibility issue.
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