Milton Transit Accessibility Plan

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About the Accessibility Plan

What is it?

To build Milton Transit as a viable transportation option, all customers must have access. The commitment to purchase fully accessible transit fleet over the past 11 years is a significant step in this direction. However, overall system accessibility consists of components beyond accessible transit buses, including but not limited to: increased service levels, facility access, improved pedestrian connections, bus stop surface pads – shelters – signage, snow clearing standards, wayfinding, availability of accessible transit information and supportive operational programs, policies and customer service.As Milton Transit accessibility improves, everyone benefits, leading to improved connectivity and increased ridership.

Why is Milton doing this Accessibility Plan?

The purpose of this accessibility plan is to identify barriers and establish strategies to address local accessibility issues and any regulatory requirements in 2019. Consistent with requirements under the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) 191/11, annual public consultation will be conducted to discuss and assess progress toward full system accessibility.

About the Accessibility Plan

What is it?

To build Milton Transit as a viable transportation option, all customers must have access. The commitment to purchase fully accessible transit fleet over the past 11 years is a significant step in this direction. However, overall system accessibility consists of components beyond accessible transit buses, including but not limited to: increased service levels, facility access, improved pedestrian connections, bus stop surface pads – shelters – signage, snow clearing standards, wayfinding, availability of accessible transit information and supportive operational programs, policies and customer service.As Milton Transit accessibility improves, everyone benefits, leading to improved connectivity and increased ridership.

Why is Milton doing this Accessibility Plan?

The purpose of this accessibility plan is to identify barriers and establish strategies to address local accessibility issues and any regulatory requirements in 2019. Consistent with requirements under the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (IASR) 191/11, annual public consultation will be conducted to discuss and assess progress toward full system accessibility.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.