- Yes, TransLink should add signage for invisible illnesses
- In Adam Van der Zwan's recent article published in the Feb. 29 issue of The Peak, “TransLink Shouldn't Add Signage for Invisible Illnesses,” he states that we can only “properly accommodate those with physical disabilities, rather than invisible ones.
- TransLink fare gate policy tweaked to accommodate people with disabilities
- The changes were announced in a statement released by TransLink and are a direct response to a statement made last week by Peter Fassbender, minister responsible for TransLink, demanding the corporation "assure unfettered access to every person no ...
- TransLink to staff all closed fare gates to assist disabled passengers
- Attendants will be deployed to all fare gates at SeaBus terminals and SkyTrain stations to address accessibility concerns for passengers who have disabilities.
- Translink awarded legal costs over 'vexatious' religious discrimination case
- In support of Mr Monaghan's claim, on August 14 last year the Equality Commission forwarded Mr Monaghan's and five unsigned witness statements to the solicitor acting for Translink. One of these was said to be the evidence of a Martin Walker.
- Disability advocates satisfied with TransLink's temporarily gate solution
- VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Those with disabilities are satisfied with the transit authority's interim solution to help them move smoothly through compass card gates. TransLink announced earlier this week it will have a staff member at each station to help ...
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