Accessibility is an integral part of making Toronto a welcoming home for all. As Chair for the Toronto Accessibility Advisory Committee, I am committed to making this happen. Here are helpful resources to help address your accessibility needs.
If you have a complaint about the accessibility of a city program or service, please report to 311.
Toronto’s Commitment to Creating an Accessible City
In working towards its goals under this Statement, the City of Toronto is committed to meeting the requirements of existing legislation and to its own policies and goals related to the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to people with disabilities and becoming a barrier-free city.
The TTC is committed to providing safe and courteous transit services in a manner that respects the dignity and independence of all our customers. Our accessibility policies are in place to meet the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and to guide us in creating an accessible transit system that makes Toronto proud.
Explore the City’s programs and supports for people with disabilities who want to be involved in recreational activities.
I was instrumental in spearheading the multi-year Yonge TOmorrow, Yonge Street Environmental Assessment, to reinvigorate Yonge Street as a walkable, pedestrian-friendly and accessible thoroughfare in the heart of our city.