News Tagged With: strollers-on-buses
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April 14, 2014

Denver cracks down on strollers, carts in wheelchair areas of buses

The policy, initially enacted in 2003, requires large items to be collapsed before boarding and kept with the riders, behind the front area reserved for people with wheelchairs. Riders with disabilities filed a lawsuit because for years, the able-bodied took the seats in the designated area and wouldn’t give them up.


June 10, 2013

Denver RTD calls on strollers to move for disabled

A local advocacy group, which supports the campaign, has logged complaints about parents with strollers refusing to yield seats.


July 8, 2010

B.C. Transit policy pits strollers vs. wheelchairs

Wheelchairs are supposed to take precedence, but riders and disability advocates point to problems with enforcement. Agency public relations department responded that compliance is up to the customer.


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