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Station accessibility features

These features can help you get around our stations:

  • Elevators and escalators are provided at some stations to assist you in moving from one level to another
  • Walkways and ramps provide barrier-free access
  • At downtown stops along the Transitway where OC Transpo has a "one-stop" boarding policy, customers who may have difficulty boarding along the platform, may choose to wait at the bus stop flag and signal the bus to make a stop. In some locations, such as the eastbound platform of Mackenzie King Station, this accessible boarding location is marked with an International Symbol of Access (ISA), the stylized picture of a person using a wheelchair.
  • Textured surfaces at most stations warn you when you are close to the platform edge
  • Firm, stable and slip-resistant ground and floor surfaces
  • Yellow emergency call boxes allow you to request assistance if you are stranded or concerned about your safety
  • Benches to allow you to sit and rest
  • Pay telephones provide free, one-button access to Transit Information for travel planning assistance and to Transit Security in the event of an emergency
  • Accessible parking spaces at Park & Ride lots.