DOJ sues Uber for allegedly discriminating against passengers with disabilities | Engadget

It has been our policy to refund wait time fees for disabled riders whenever they alerted us that they were charged. At the time, the group said Uber was inaccessible to 99.9 percent of people with mobility disabilities.Please enter a valid email address The US Department of Justice has sued Uber for allegedly discriminating against passengers with disabilities. This isnt the first time Uber has been sued for allegedly violating Title III of the ADA. After a recent change last week, now any rider who certifies they are disabled will have fees automatically waived. In 2017, disability advocates in New York City filed a class action complaint against the company. Uber contends most users pay, on average, less than $0.60 when thats the case.
The US Department of Justice has sued Uber for allegedly discriminating against passengers with disabilities. In a complaint filed with the US District Court for Northern California, the agency cla… [+2577 chars]