The majority of shuttle buses are accessibly equipped with two spaces available for passengers who use mobility devices such as wheelchairs and scooters.
Accessible service is available at all campus stop locations, including the UTM Instructional Centre, UTM North Building and the St. George's Hart House shuttle stops.
Support Animals are welcomed on the Shuttle Bus. In complaince with AODA Customer Service Standard, "Service animals are animals, typically dogs, trained to help people with disabilities maintain independance. Support animals have an identification card, or letter from a healthcare practitioner, confirming that the individual requires the animal for reasons relating to a disability". We ask passengers to please not distract the service animal while on the bus — this includes talking, petting or feeding.
A Support Person accompanies a person with a disability in order to help with communication, personal care or medical needs. One ticket fare, each way, would be required for the passenger. The support person would not be required to pay an additional fare to ride the shuttle.
If you require accessible service for specific departure times provided by the current operating schedule, please contact Parking and Transportation Services for additional information, and we can assist you with trip confirmation in advance.
Contact us by:
- Phone: 905-828-3933
- Email: email@example.com
Please note that most departure times are serviced by accessibly equipped buses.
To receive confirmation that the service you require is accessibly equipped, please complete and submit the Shuttle Bus AccessAbility Service Request Form available here in PDF
For information on Accessible Parking on campus, please visit the U of T Mississauga Parking Services Website here.
Additional Accessible Transportation Services
- Visit the Mississauga Transit Accessible Service website here
- Visit the TTC Wheel Trans Door-to-Door Paratransit Service website here
- Visit the Go Transit Accessible Services Website Here
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