I am on my way to downtown Toronto right now for the Raptors parade — yes, we won! I had to wait for over an hour for a train that wasn’t stuffed to the gills with people and I was amazed by the number of parents travelling with young children and strollers. It made me wonder if anyone on board or waiting had accessibility needs, and if they would feel comfortable advocating for themselves to get a seat or asking for help getting on or off the train.
Do you take the accessible seating on trains/busses when you travel? Do you feel comfortable asking for help with you’re travelling?
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