LYFT was fined $40000 by the U.S. government for refusing to take disabled passengers

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 LYFT was fined $40000 by the U.S. government for refusing to take disabled passengers


According to CNET, LYFT, a taxi software in the United States, will support the U.S. government by $40000 because its drivers discriminate against disabled passengers, titanium media reported on June 23. In addition, LYFT is required to pay compensation to four disabled passengers.

It is reported that LYFT has received several complaints from disabled people before, and one of them has filed at least 12 complaints with LYFT. These disabled people are often refused or treated roughly when using LYFT.

Source: responsible editor of titanium media: Qiao JunJing_ NBJ11279