416-834-5559 (Toronto) - 905 -886-1000 North of Steeles Ave info@gtaaccessible.com

GTA Accessible Transportation Toronto is the first choice for passengers using wheelchairs, mobility scooter and other mobility  related devices and products . We offer wheelchair accessible transportation services for Citizens with mobility transportation needs. Our professional staff members have over a decade of experience in accessible transportation services. This includes servicing citizens with various physical, mental, cognitive and developmental abilities, ranging in age from school aged to senior citizens.

The Highest Quality Accessible Vehicles In the Industry.

Our fleet consists of a variety of vehicles with wheelchair ramps, lift-equipped vans and sedans. We can accommodate multiple wheelchairs or up to 5 ambulatory care citizens per trip. Our vehicles are professionally maintained to ensure the proper care and safety needs are met for each citizen.

  • Specialized Wheelchair Accessible Transportation
  • Access to affordable, safe and reliable transportation for
    everyone with special needs.
  • GTA Accessible Transportation provides special transport
    services for patrons with physical and/or cognitive
    challenges, whether seniors, adults, or children

wheelchair transportation

Client Testimonials

Following a car crash that left me out of work and out of commission for over a year, I came to depend on GTA Accessible Transportation for reliable transport for my medical appointments, to attend physiotherapy sessions, and for running errands. The GTA drivers are courteous, flexible and friendly. While they were invariably punctual, occasionally, due to traffic, they anticipated being late, rather than leaving you wondering when they would arrive, they called to explain the situation. If I were the one running late because an appointment went overtime, they were always accommodating and arranged to come at the new pick-up time. I strongly recommend GTA Accessible Transportation, Inc.

Dr. Michael O’Sullivan, Ed. D.,

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, Brock University

When you are diagnosed with ms you are quickly faced with many obstacles. One is being moved from place to place with care. Another is trying to have a somewhat normal life. A third is being talked to with respect and dignity. Fortunately for me I have found all with GTA Accessible Transportation and their staff. I have been using public and private services for ten years. I want and need this service provider. You too can note the difference. They are a reliable courteous and professional service.

Retired Educator