Access to Travel
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The Access to Travel (ATT) website, your accessible travel information source, provides
information on accessible transportation and travel across Canada with the aim of making
accessible travel an easier and more enjoyable experience for Canadians with disabilities
and seniors, as well as for their families and caregivers.
This website includes information on transportation between Canadian cities by air, rail,
ferry and intercity bus; local transportation; accessibility of airport terminals; provincial
tourism; service standards, and much more.
The development of this website was spearheaded by Transport
Canada in cooperation with other federal government
departments, several provincial governments and not-for-profit associations.
See the list of ATT participants.
Please send us your contact information if you are interested in having your company's profile added
to the Access to Travel website.
Under the Air Transportation Regulations, air carriers in operating aircraft of
30 or more seats in Canada are required to provide various services and information
to travellers with disabilities?