People with disabilities now will be able to take a taxi cab for half the price, and those who use wheelchairs will have an easier time getting quick service, as Metro Taxi adds three new wheelchair-accessible vans to its fleet.
Metro Taxi is driving efforts to give people with disabilities more freedom. Not only is it expanding its fleet of wheelchair accessible vans, it’s also cutting fares.
Here is a link to the CT Public Radio Page where you will find Bill’s MetroAccess interview archived http://www.cpbn.org/program/faith-middleton-show/episode/fms-new-havens-wheelchair-accessible-taxi
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a number of events are scheduled throughout the state to promote breast cancer awareness, including one at the BJ’s in Wallingford.
Read about the MV-1 in the Washington Post. Watch the CBS News Video about the MV-1 in New York City. Read about the ADA 20th Anniversary at the White House. Check out the latest MV-1 email newslettter.
Stand up to breast cancer simply by sitting down – in a specially designated “pink” cab owned and operated by Metro Taxi — Connecticut’s largest, full-service taxi company based in West Haven.