The MTA's paratransit service, Access-A-Ride, once universally panned for delivering lousy performance at enormous expense to 160,000 New Yorkers with disabilities, has made some noteworthy improvements. Don't let it roll backwards. More than 50% of the 8 million yearly Access-A-Ride trips are...

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