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Annual Accessibility Public Consultation - Public Forum: Other Questions/Comments

What other questions or comments do you have about the accessibility of our services? Post your response in the forum below.

NOTE: Conduct inconsistent with our policies will result in the removal of your submission.

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Anonymous's avatar

visit Sick Kids many times per year with my daughter with vision loss. hard to navigate the terminals/buildings when there is no staff at the kiosks or in the area to ask questions and that is for me a sighted person. Daughter got on train and doors closed as I shoved my arm in the door so she wouldn't be on the train by herself. So many issues

Anonymous's avatar

Riding the Go train with a child with vision loss during "rush hour" is hard when people are in a rush and literally push people out of the way. We have had many instances where we have been pushed, even on stairs. There needs to be a safe route for people/children with accessibility issues. Trying to find such areas is difficult even if they exist

Anonymous's avatar

350 words does not allow one to fully post. This can be seen as a violation of both the AODA and OHRC. Please change this. Remember "Duty to Accommodate. Guess not METROLINX still does not understand either.

Anonymous's avatar

Also: It was so nice having the Metro Cop's taser in my face on the Go Train when he asked me so nicely to move for a woman with a baby carriage, I have a disability. You need to educate.