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TTC introduces one more accessible route

During the recent service changes on Sunday, March 30, the TTC introduced accessible service on one more bus route.

All buses operating on the 24 Victoria Park route are now wheelchair- and scooter-friendly.

Low-floor, kneeling buses will serve the route. You can identify these buses by looking for blue lights on either side of the front destination sign and blue-and-white stickers with the international wheelchair symbol above the front right bumper beside the front door.

All fully accessible buses include two positions for wheelchairs or scooters. The TTC now has more than 1,150 accessible buses in its fleet. Nearly 65 per cent of the TTC’s bus routes (108 of 167 routes) are now accessible.

List of accessible TTC bus routes

List of accessible TTC rapid transit stations

Map of TTC accessible routes

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of accessible transit services on the TTC here.

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the TTC’s community bus services here.

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