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The Advisory Committee on Accessible Transit (ACAT) provides a mechanism for ongoing public participation in decisions affecting accessible transit in the City of Toronto. The Committee is comprised of volunteer members and reports to the Board of the Toronto Transit Commission.
TTC's Advisory Committee on Accessible Transit - ACAT provides advice and guidance to the TTC Board and TTC staff on improvements to conventional, Wheel-Trans and Community Bus services to better meet the needs and concerns of all riders. The committee reports directly to the TTC Board and provides feedback on:
Accessibility features of new buses, streetcars, subway trains and stations
Wheel-Trans eligibility criteria, the application process, trip booking and Family of Services
Technology improvements, such as Trip Planner and ttc.ca
Priority seating: blue seat fabric, flip down seats, ‘please offer me a seat’ program
Training of TTC Operators, Collectors and Customer Service Agents (CSAs) regarding accessible services at the TTC.
ACAT meetings are being held virtually for the foreseeable future until Toronto Public Health permits in-person gatherings. Please check the schedule below for meeting dates and times.
To make a deputation at an ACAT meeting, you must make your request in writing ten (10) days prior to the upcoming ACAT meeting. Deputants must provide a brief, written overview of the topic(s) to be addressed. Please forward your request and brief to email@example.com