Children Can TOO Ride Access-A-Ride Some people surround a man wearing glasses, a dark blue baseball cap bearing the red and orange Fire Department of New York City logo, and a light gray snap-button jacket reading "NEW YORK" in block letters with a wavy line underneath the words "NEW YORK". The man holds up a sign reading "CHILDREN CAN TOO RIDE ACCESS-A-RIDE!" while speaking behind the podium holding the New York City government logo in an orange and purple circle and a microphone representing Crosswalks Television Channel 74. Behind the man is Councilwoman Margarita Lopez wearing a blue parka. Behind Lopez is a woman, wearing a black hat and coat, holding up a sign reading "9,000 RIDES SCHEDULED BUT HOW MANY ARE ACTUALLY GIVEN? DISABLED IN ACTION"
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