Did You Know?

3 Stations A Year

Currently Ossington, St. Clair West, Woodbine and Coxwell Stations are all currently under construction to meet AODA accessibility standards. In 2018: Dupont and St. Patrick will begin accessibility development. The TTC plans to complete at least 3 stations a year  from 2019-2025 to meet the 2025 deadline of accessible transit. Learn more… 


The Accessible India Campaign

The Accessible India Campaign was launched in 2015 by the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (DEPwD). This is a nation-wide campaign to promote and achieve universal accessibility for persons with disabilities. Learn more…


Right To Work Campaign: Project Aspiro

In North America and Europe, the employment of blind people is only about 25%, and in developing countries the number falls below 10%!

The Project Aspiro provides skills and resources for blind and partially sighted people to gain access to meaningful employment. Learn more…


The Changing Places

Since 2006, there has been an innovative campaign in the U.K. for changing restroom accessibility for persons who cannot use standard accessible restrooms. This campaign serves to advocate for people with multiple learning disabilities, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and many more. Features in these restrooms include more space and hoists to meet accessibility needs. You can use The Changing Places ToiletMap, or  Learn more…