Image of TTC rider using accessible door.Image of TTC rider on centre platform with working dog and Transit Special Constable.Image of TTC rider entering Accessible Bus.Image of TTC rider on Subway platform. 

TTC has made significant progress since the 1990s towards making public transit more accessible for everyone, and is committed to further accessibility improvements in the coming years.

Today, the TTC’s bus fleet is entirely wheelchair and scooter friendly, as are all bus routes. The entire subway train fleet is accessible, and more than half of all Subway stations are now wheelchair and scooter friendly. Transit vehicles now include next stop and route announcement features, providing accessible information for all customers.

Delivery of hundreds of new, low-floor accessible streetcars for the streetcar network is underway. The new streetcars are accessible with no internal steps, larger, air-conditioned and have priority seating at every door.

The TTC is everyone’s transit system. Learn more about accessibility on the TTC at the links below: