Lyft and Uber may have gone public, but that doesn’t mean they have to pick up people with disabilities

(BETH FINK) Back in 2014 the Chicago Tribunepublished an op-ed piece I wrote that was titled “Should ride-sharing services adhere to the Americans with Disabilities Act?” Five years have passed, and Lyft and Uber still claim they don’t have to follow ADA guidelines.

story in Politico last week reports that Lyft is fighting a federal class action lawsuit filed in New York’s Westchester County on the grounds that “it is not in the transportation business.” Continue Reading.