The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990 to
ensure that people with disabilities are treated fairly. The law
prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in
employment, transportation, public accommodations, and communications.
That’s why at NYMTC, we’re committed to mitigating any barriers that may
limit accessibility in all our activities and services.
NYMTC provides programs, services, and activities that are readily
accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities including:
- Upon request, NYMTC provides accommodations for persons with
disabilities so they can participate equally in programs, services, and
activities. Services include sign language interpreters, large print
documents, audio recordings, and other ways of making information
accessible to people with speech, hearing, or vision disabilities.
- NYMTC ensures that its public meetings are held in facilities that can accommodate persons with disabilities.
To request these services for one of our programs or public events, please call 212-383-7200 at least 72 hours in advance.
Learn more about NYMTC’s Language Access Program.
Learn more about NYMTC’s Title VI/Non-Discrimination Program.