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Hamilton Heights »

Hamilton Heights Man Raises Money to Renovate Apartment For His Wheelchair

Butler Dowery's wheelchair can't fit through the doors of his kitchen and bathroom.

Hamilton Heights »

New Pedestrian Footbridge Will Make Riverside Park More Accessible

The bridge is expected to be completed by the end of 2016.

Port Morris »

Pedestrian Bridge From Bronx to Randall's Island Should Open Soon

A bridge between Randall's Island and 132nd Street in the Bronx should be ready by 2015, officials said.

Greenwich Village »

App Gives Wheelchair-Riding Straphangers Real-Time Guide to City's Subways

Wheely gives the elevator status of every wheelchair- and stroller-accessible station in the city.

Mott Haven »

Bronxites Call for Access to Locked St. Mary's Park Baseball Fields

Community members want to see the fields unlocked more often.

Upper East Side »

Wheelchair-User Sues Creperie Over Lack of Ramp Access

Bonjour Crepes has been hit with a lawsuit from a woman who said the shop is not wheelchair accessible.

Upper East Side »

Disabled Residents Protest UES Opposition to Crosswalks for Blind

Supporters of crosswalk signals for the blind call them "a matter of basic dignity."

Roosevelt Island »

Residents Fight Plan to House Disabled Patients Next to Sanitation Depot

East Harlem residents are angry over city plans to relocate Goldwater Hospital patients.

Manhattan »

City Claims No Obligation to Provide Wheelchair Accessible Taxis

In a court hearing, a city attorney claimed the TLC has no obligation to make cabs accessible for all.