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A PICTURE OF THE UNIVERSAL ACCESSIBLE WHEELCHAIR LOGO.

 

Commitment To Accessibility 

 

 The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990, guaranteeing people with disabilities equal opportunity in employment, public accommodations and telecommunications. Title II of the ADA assures people with disabilities comparable transit services to those without disabilities.
 
MTA is committed to provide a public transit system that everyone can use. We have made many improvements to make our system more accessible for people with disabilities and seniors.
 
It is our hope that all the information we offer in this section will enable you to travel safely and comfortably within our service area.
 
Your ride is here!