Accessible Transit

All LTC conventional service routes are now designated "Accessible". This means that every scheduled bus on each route will be a low-floor accessible bus. Designating LTC regular service routes as accessible means that we can now welcome new passengers who previously were unable to board our buses due to the existence of front steps and the absence of wheelchair and scooter securement facilities.
The low floor bus creates greater opportunity for access to regular transit for many more people. Our Operators are trained to recognize the need for, offer and provide assistance when necessary within the boarding and securement areas of the bus.

PASSENGERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING SERVICE CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Passengers must be able to get themselves to and from the bus stop.
  • Crowded buses can occur in "rush hours", from 7:00-9:00am and 3:30-6:00pm Monday to Friday.
  • Low floor buses have a maximum of two wheelchair/scooter securement areas.
For further information please call 519-451-1347.

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 Support Person Pass

In compliance with Section 38 of the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation (191-11), London Transit offers a Support Person Pass which is valid on both the conventional and specialized service.

Eligibility for this pass will be based on the applicant’s need for support person assistance during the transit trip. The transit trip is defined to include travel to and from the transit stop.

The application form for this pass is available here.
 

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