PHOENIX — A major Arizona taxi firm has agreed to stop charging an additional fee for those who want — and in some cases, need — an accessible van.

The Arizona Center for Disability Law says that Total Transit Inc. will no longer impose that $10 charge for an “on-demand van.” Rose Daly-Rooney, the organization’s legal director, told Capitol Media Services the move ends a 2015 lawsuit filed against the company accusing it of illegal discrimination against those with disabilities.

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