Last year the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) launched an Uber-style on demand car service for disabled passengers. But higher-than-forecast demand forced KCATA to raise its fares, causing bitter protests. Keith Myers
Last year the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) launched an Uber-style on demand car service for disabled passengers. But higher-than-forecast demand forced KCATA to raise its fares, causing bitter protests. Keith Myers

It began with low rates, but Uber-style service for disabled riders became too popular

April 20, 2018 04:59 PM