Call for participants for a new study: Accessibility of the TTC subway system

Two researchers at the University of Toronto are undertaking a study to analyze the accessibility of Toronto's subway system. They are interested in interviewing individuals who use mobility aids such as wheelchairs, scooters, and walkers, about their experience using the subway. Interviews will take place at St.George station and impressions of the accessibility of the system will be discussed as you travel to the Yonge and Bloor station and back.

Key features:

- interviews will take approximately 40 minutes

- interviews can take place whenever convenient (open to weekends and weeknights)

- interviews are anonymous and confidential

- TTC fare will be provided and participants will receive $20 for their time

If you are interested in participating or have further questions, please contact Garrett at garrett.morgan@mail.utoronto.ca with subject line: CIP Participant.