TransLink is looking at a program to hand out buttons that read, “Please offer me a seat.”
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) recently launched a “Please Offer Me a Seat” button campaign that would make it easier for passengers — especially for those whose needs may not be so visible — to request a seat.
It is a way for people to self-identify their need for a seat whether they have a physical disability or ‘invisible’ disability in some cases, some injuries.
“We’re watching closely what they’re doing in Toronto,” Chris Bryan of TransLink said.
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