Chicago won’t move forward on legislation to require that ride-share companies make at least five percent of their fleet wheelchair accessible until first reviewing Uber and Lyft’s internal studies on the matter, the Commissioner for the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities told aldermen Monday.

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