Western Accessible Transportation is provided for Western students through Services for Students with Disabilities. This services is available for traveling among university locations only, which includes the affiliated colleges.
Students with disabilities who attend Western part-time are eligible for a universal bus pass through the University Student Council and London Transit. The program is designed to provide unlimited bus transportation and is effective from September 1st through April 30th annually. Part-time students with permanent disabilities should contact Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) to request permission to opt into the USC’s bus pass package.
SSD can be reached by phone at (519) 661-2147 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The city’s bus service, London Transit, offers specialized transit service. This service encompasses a range of service delivery options designed to meet the needs of the citizens of London who have a disability which prevents them, on a regular basis, from being able to use London’s fixed route buses.
Additional information on accessible transportation in London and Middlesex can be found on thehealthline.ca website, which provides information on health services in Southwestern Ontario. This website includes information on transportation provided publicly, privately and through community organizations.