A federal judge has approved a settlement that will expand by thousands the number of disabled-accessible taxis in New York City.

Southern District Judge George Daniels (See Profile) on Tuesday signed off on the settlement, expected to help increase the number of accessible taxis from just a few hundred at present to about 7,000, or half the fleet, by the end of 2020.

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