[NFBOK-Talk] Greyhound discrimination against blind passengers

Jeannie Massay jmassay1 at cox.net
Thu Jun 22 17:43:32 UTC 2017

Dear Fellow Federationists:
Are you traveling to national convention via Greyhound this year? Have you
recently traveled on Greyhound and been unable to use its website or mobile
app to book your trip? Were you charged a convenience fee for booking by
telephone or at the ticket counter?
Attorney Timothy Elder of TRE Legal Practice is gathering information from
blind individuals who use screen access software and who are unable to book
travel with Greyhound's mobile apps or website because of accessibility
barriers or who have been charged convenience fees for booking tickets over
the telephone. The NFB's recently filed lawsuit against Greyhound
<https://nfb.org/blind-californians-and-advocates-sue-greyhound>  may be
certified as a class action, so your feedback is critical. Please contact
Tim at telder at trelegal.com to alert him to your experience.
Thank you,
The National Federation of the Blind Communications Team



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