Extra training after MTA wheelchair woes

LOS ANGELES The MTA board approved the action on Thursday.

The board also called on Metro's chief executive to talk to labor unions about penalizing drivers who mistreat disabled passengers.

An Eyewitness News undercover investigation revealed broken equipment on buses and drivers who said they were untrained or too busy to help secure wheelchair riders.

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