Post Profile






What Commuting is Like for a Blind Torontonian

Assisted by her guide dog and a cane, Debbie Gillespie relies on public transit. In this new photo series, we follow Torontonians on their daily commutes through the city to explore the challenges faced while in transit. Debbie Gillespie is the coordinator of accessibility and braille promotion at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, and she practises much of what she preaches when it comes to getting around.
read more

share

Related Posts


Rebellion at City Hall: Everything You Need to Know About City Council’s Special Transit Meeting

Canada / Toronto : Torontoist

In which we explain just what a "special meeting" is, and how this one came to be. On Monday morning, Toronto—and especially Torontonians who have been following the saga of transit planning at City Hall—woke up to some dramatic new...

The Cold Weather Once Again Forces Streetcars out of Service

Canada / Toronto : Torontoist

The TTC is facing a shortage of 35 streetcars heading into the afternoon rush hour. It’s going to be another challenging commute for Torontonians. The TTC has announced that the bitterly cold weather is once again going to affect st...

Relief Line: How to be a Completely Selfish and Insufferable TTC Commuter

Canada / Toronto : Torontoist

Because morning commutes aren't bad enough. Relief Line is your not-so-serious glance at the city we love. As all Torontonians know the TTC does it’s best to bring a touch of misery to our commutes every day. The delays, the overcro...

Extra, Extra: Transit Sardines, Calorie Counts, and Demolishing the CN Tower

Canada / Toronto : Torontoist

Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. A public transit advocacy group is giving Torontonians the opportunity to transform their challenging, cramped commuting experiences...

What a Scarborough Single Mother’s Daily Commute Looks Like

Canada / Toronto : Torontoist

This 53-year-old travels four hours a day through the city. In this new photo series, we follow Torontonians on their daily commutes through the city to explore the challenges faced while in transit. Jeanly Baylon lives in a house i...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC