Online Guide for Newcomers to Prince Edward Island, Canada

Transportation for People with Disabilities

A non-profit organization named 'Pat and the Elephant' provides a valuable transportation service for physically challenged Islanders and visitors. They provide service to clients with conditions that affect their ability to get around - visually impaired, those using artificial limbs, hearing impaired, and/or those using a wheelchair. [See Related Resources]

Trius Transit, Charlottetown's public transit company, has some low-floor wheelchair-accessible buses in the Charlottetown area. You can call them to see which bus routes have accessibility for wheelchairs. [See Related Resources]

Pat and the Elephant
Pat and the Elephant fleet posing in front of Province House in Charlottetown

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