Printing date: 4/10/2021

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Conventional Accessible Service

Barrie Transit offers accessible buses on all routes. Some accessible features include pre-boarding electronic announcement, on-board next stop announcement  call/display system, low-floors with ramp, hand rails and priority seating with space for two wheelchairs.

Support Persons

One Attendant is permitted to travel with you at no cost. You must provide your own Attendant for all trips. The separate Attendant card application form for Conventional service is not required and does not apply to Specialized Service.

Wheeled Mobility Aids

Barrie Transit is pleased to provide accessible buses on all our Conventional transit routes. Buses include accessible features such as hand rails, low floor buses with ramp entry (deployed upon request, maximum weight  600lbs/272 kg)   designated courtesy seating  with space for two wheelchairs or for any person with a disability  who may require the use of this space. Conventional buses are also equipped with pre-boarding announcement and on-board next stop display & announcement systems. This means that before you board the bus will announce the route number and name and while on board each stop is verbally and visually announced through electronic means.

More Information

To learn more about accessibility at Barrie Transit, visit the General Information and Specialized Transit sections of the Barrie Transit's website.

Paratransit Provider

The paratransit provider for Barrie is Specialized Transit. Specialized Transit is a door to door shared ride accessible public transit service available on a temporary, seasonal or permanent basis, depending on the registered user’s eligibility. For additional information, visit the Barrie Transit website.