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Accessible Transit

Our transit fleet is accessible for people with different needs and abilities, enabling everyone to travel by bus, SkyTrain, SeaBus, and West Coast Express.

Our conventional transit fleet includes vehicles with low floors with ramps and high floors with lifts, and all SkyTrain stations are accessible. We have onboard audio announcements on buses and SkyTrains and Passenger Information Displays on buses. In addition, our Station Assistants and Universal Fair Gate Accessibility programs can provide support at fare gates for customers requiring extra assistance. It's all part of our commitment to making transit easy to use for as many people as possible. 

This section will tell you all about our accessibility programs and initiatives we are working on to ensure our system continues to evolve with changing needs. 

Where do I get a Provincial Bus Pass?
If you are a senior or a person with a disability from BC and qualify for additional assistance from the BC Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction, you may be eligible for a discounted yearly bus pass. Read more about the Government's Bus Pass Program.