Detroit Metro Airport settles bus stop lawsuit
A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit over bus stops at Detroit Metro Airport.
Disability activists filed the lawsuit when the airport moved the location of the bus stop at the McNamara Terminal.
The lawsuit said people in wheelchairs would now have to wait for buses in the cold because of the move.
Airport spokesman Michael Conway says the move was necessary because increased traffic had made the old location unsafe. He says some buses were having to stop in the far left lane from the curb.
"Once we saw cars moving on the right side of a bus that was loading and unloading, we had to take an action," says Conway.
The airport has agreed to add amenities to the new location that will enable people to wait for their buses indoors.