[Nfbc-info] new Uber policy may more discrimination
peacefulwoman89 at cox.net
Sat Apr 30 03:30:45 UTC 2016
It's new for San Diego.
From: Nfbc-info [mailto:nfbc-info-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Robert
Stigile via Nfbc-info
Sent: Friday, April 29, 2016 7:33 PM
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Cc: Robert Stigile <rstigile at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Nfbc-info] new Uber policy may more discrimination
This is not a new policy.
It has been used for some time in the Los Angeles area, and it is not an
issue at all.
I can tell you, that when I select Uber Pool, I listen to the eta, when it
gets to the two minute mark, I head out the door.
I have also been in Uber cars when we were picking up others, and the driver
called the person, and they did not answer so after the two minute mark of
waiting he left.
So, it is something that even Sighted people get left behind.
Hope this helps.
----- Original Message -----
From: Lisa Irving via Nfbc-info <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org>
To: his'NFB of California List'" <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org>
Date: Friday, April 29, 2016 6:26 pm
Subject: [Nfbc-info] new Uber policy may more discrimination
> Earlier this week I heard on the news that Uber is test piloting a new
> policy in four major U. S. Cities outside of California. Essentially,
> you've got two minutes to find the Uber car or the driver can cancel
> the ride; leave and you get charged. This evening I received an email
> from Uber. Uber is instituting this same practice with Uber Pool in San
> I am wondering if this new practice intended to encourage punctuality
> will work against blind and visually impaired passengers and
> individuals who cannot move quickly.
> Lisa Irving
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