If you have a disability and work in Manhattan or travel to the city often, you will be happy to hear about a ruling last week made by Manhattan Federal Court Judge George B. Daniels. The judge said that the city must provide "meaningful" access to cabs for individuals with disabilities and ruled that until a plan to do so is developed, all new medallions (the bill authorized the sale of 2,000 new taxi medallions) must be wheelchair accessible.
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