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TTC adds two more accessible bus routes,
starting May 11

The TTC will introduce two more accessible bus routes on Sunday, May 11, when the 32 Eglinton West and 307 Eglinton West (overnight) bus routes become wheelchair- and scooter-friendly.

Sixty-five per cent of the TTC’s bus routes — 110 of 167 routes — are now accessible.

Low-floor, kneeling buses with a flip-ramp will serve the two routes. Blue lights on either side of the front destination sign will help you identify these buses. They will also display the blue international wheelchair symbol above the front right bumper next to the entrance door.

All fully accessible buses include two wheelchair / scooter positions. The TTC now has more than 1,200 accessible buses in its fleet.

You can see a list of accessible TTC bus routes here.

You can see a list of accessible TTC subway and rapid transit stations here.

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

You can see Transit Toronto’s history of the (accessible) community bus routes here.

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