Kingston Transit looking for input on accessibility of services

Kingstonist file photo by Logan Cadue.

Kingston Transit is seeking feedback from riders and residents about the accessibility of transit services. Feedback will be gathered at an in-person pop-up chat at the Cataraqui Centre transfer point, and through the Get Involved Kingston website.

Providing accessible services and removing barriers for persons with disabilities is a priority for Kingston Transit, according to a release from the City of Kingston. To gather input, staff from Kingston Transit will be available at a pop-up chat at the Cataraqui Centre Transfer Point (945 Gardiners Rd.) on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in a review and offer feedback on the Transit section of the City’s 2018-2022 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan. The City said ASL interpretation will be available.

Kingston Transit staff will follow COVID-19 protocols: masks and eyewear will be worn at all times, and proper distance will be maintained between staff and meeting participants, according to the release. Disposable gloves and hand sanitizer will also be available.

Riders and residents can also offer feedback in the following ways:

  • Complete a survey at Get Involved Kingston from Oct. 13 to Nov. 4, 2021.
  • Call 613-546-0000 and complete the survey by phone.
  • Request a paper copy of the survey by calling 613-546-0000. The city will mail out a copy of the survey and a postage pre-paid envelope to return the completed survey to Kingston Transit.

2 thoughts on “Kingston Transit looking for input on accessibility of services

  • The link to the survey at Get Involved Kingston does not work.

    • Hi Carol,
      The link is not yet active on the City of Kingston site, but once it is, that link will take you to the active site.

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