Wheelchair users find if they have a nice car and hand controls, they can make money driving for companies like Uber. Here are three wheelers who are making the Uber platform work for them.
Jennifer Mendoza was walking through San Francisco and noticed a bunch of cars with pink mustaches. “I Googled, found out what Lyft was, and said, ‘I have got to be a part of that.’”
Chicago-based nonprofit Open Doors Organization has trained Uber drivers on how to serve riders with disabilities in 10 cities nationwide.
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“We need to make every single thing accessible to every single person with a disability,” proclaimed Stevie Wonder.
Cosmo uses nondisabled woman; Lego's first-ever wheeler; #SAYTHEWORD
NM Facebook fans decided to have a little bit of fun at the expense of Kevin Dennison, the wheelchair user who robbed a bank in Queens, N.Y.
If you took a look at my Facebook feed lately, you’d think that transportation is more accessible than ever.
On Jan. 7, Chicago Transit Authority announced an ambitious new initiative to make 100 percent of its rail system accessible within 20 years.
Sen. Corker, R-Tenn., meets with Teal Sherer and Robbin Sinatra at a Roll on Capitol Hill. Legislative visits like this are crucial for elected [...]