Printing date: 4/11/2021

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Conventional Accessible Service

More than 95% of Brampton Transit buses including Züm, are accessible. Accessible buses are equipped with low floors, extendable ramp/lift, kneeling feature at front doors, and reserved wheelchair/scooter areas. Riders must be able to safely maneuver their mobility device. 


Support Persons

Passengers requiring additional care are requested to travel with an assistant. An attendant accompanying a person with a disability rides for free.


Wheeled Mobility Aids

Brampton Transit buses provide two spaces for wheeled mobility aids on a bus on a first come, first served basis. Buses can accommodate wheeled mobility aids up to:

  • 121 cm or 48 inches in length,
  • 76 cm or 30 inches in width, and
  • 272 kg or 600 lbs in weight (when occupied).


More Information

To learn more about accessibility at Brampton Transit, visit the Accessibility section of Brampton Transit's website.

Paratransit Provider

The paratransit provider for Brampton is Peel Region’s Transhelp. For additional information, visit the TransHelp website.