New York’s Subway System Vows to Be 95 Percent Accessible by 2055
The M.T.A. will spend billions to add elevators and ramps to stations as part of a settlement of two lawsuits accusing it of violating the rights of people with disabilities.
And working modern signals by the year 2122.
Biggest budget, biggest workforce - slowest project pace.
Lmao yeah, ok. You've had how long since bush senior signed the American with disabilities act and the vast amount of stations are not accessible not to mention a lot of buildings sidewalks and other things have no concept of universal design implemented into them
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