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Time to Share Your Feedback on City’s Accessibility Successes

City services | January 27, 2015

Join the City’s Accessibility Advisory Committee on February 9 to learn more about the City’s accessibility successes in 2014 and goals for 2015 and beyond.

Accessibility Advisory Committee Meeting
Review of 2014 City Accessibility Reports

Monday, February 9, 2015

2 p.m.

Mississauga Valley Community Centre, Program Room 1
1275 Mississauga Valley Boulevard

Mississauga’s latest Accessibility Plan shows how the City continues to improve services for people with disabilities.  The plan focuses on the Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation made under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. This Regulation follows the City’s standards for employment, information and communication, transportation, facilities and places that have already made the City more accessible.

The reports show city-wide accessibility improvements including transit’s progress. MiWay’s Accessibility Plan is committed to providing transportation options for people with disabilities.  Successes in 2014 include accessible improvements to MiWay’s website and web content, new accessible training for all employees, as well as the on-going construction of concrete bus pads and sidewalks along all routes.  MiWay is working toward making the system more accessible through a fully accessible fleet and external announcements on all bus routes.

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