Michigan Flyer AirRide controversy: Detroit airport spokesman addresses beefs about bus stop move

A Detroit Metropolitan Airport spokesman defends a decision to move the Michigan Flyer AirRide and SMART bus stops to the Ground Transportation Center, which seniors, wheelchair users and others complain is less convenient. Michigan Flyer officials complain that a plan to move its stop at the McNamara Terminal, which serves Delta and Air France fliers, has several disadvantages. Read more

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A Moving Glass Box Conquers Uneven Terrain at a Subway Station

A new elevator at an above-ground New York City subway station is poised to “open transportation to the city,” according to an official with the advocacy group Disability in Action. The ribbon was cut at the elevator on the Dyckman Street station in Upper Manhattan last week. Edith Prentiss with Disability in Action said the newly accessible stop gives riders in wheelchairs access to “the entire eastern side of Washington Heights and Inwood.” Read more.