Wheelchair Users May Soon Have More Chances To Hail Lyft, Uber Rides (7-9-19)

Linda Tollefson (right), who had a stroke some years ago, uses Lyft driver Kirby Huang (left) to get a ride to the grocery market in Baypoint. In San Francisco, Lyft is starting a pilot on Wednesday in to offer five wheelchair accessible vehicles.

As Lyft and Uber became part of the nation’s transportation systems, people who use non-folding wheelchairs felt left on the sidelines because the cars couldn’t accommodate them. That’s slowly starting to change.

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