The disabled have no “meaningful access” to ride in the vast majority of the 13,000 taxis plying their trade each day in New York City, a federal judge has determined.

Southern District Judge George B. Daniels (See Profile) ordered that the taxi commission propose to the court a way that disabled cab passengers can be adequately accommodated and suggest “measurable” ways those goals be met.

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