Citation Edit

Martin v. Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, 225 F.Supp.2d 1362 (N.D. Ga. 2002) (full-text).

Trial Court Decision Edit

The court addressed a number of accessibility issues involving the Atlanta transit authority, including information accessibility. Noting that the information was available in several forms, including a web site, the court found that the information was not equally accessible to individuals with disabilities even though some information was available by telephone. The court stated:

MARTA representatives also concede that the system's web page is not formatted in such a way that it can be read by persons who are blind but who are capable of using text reader computer software for the visually impaired. . . . However, it now appears that MARTA is attempting to correct this problem. Until these deficiencies are corrected, MARTA is violating the ADA mandate of "making adequate communications capacity available, through accessible formats and technology, to enable users to obtain information and schedule service."[1]

References Edit

  1. Id. at 1377 (quoting from the Department of Transportation ADA regulations, 49 C.F.R. §37.167(f).

Source Edit

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