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EnAbling Change Campaign

Starting on January 24, 2022, many Ontario transit systems will be launching a new campaign to raise awareness of transit accessibility features and encourage customers to consider the needs of others.

This campaign was developed by the Ontario Public Transit Association in partnership with various local transit agencies to promote compliance with Ontario’s accessibility standards.

The campaign uses clear and simple messaging in a friendly and non-judgemental way to educate transit riders about accessibility features, such as priority seating and service animals. It also reminds people that not all disabilities are visible.

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Riders are reminded that masks continue to be required on public transit until June 11 following an announcement from the provincial government.

Wearing masks on public transit will help limit the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

OTE is back, with something for everyone - #genderequity in #transitplanning; #ebus field trip; #Ondemand transit, #CommunityTransit, #RuralTransit, #ridershiprecovery, #COVIDlessonslearned and more. See you there July 18-20, 2022. Register today. http://ote.ca

#30daysofbiking Day 25. Did you know that all buses in Greater Sudbury now have bike racks? Use transit and your bike to get to farther away places and explore more of Greater Sudbury! #BikeSudbury#CyclingFun #BikeCity

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