We hope to make everyone’s experience at the AutoShow enjoyable. Safe transportation during a busy event is important and an unpleasant experience with transportation can make the event less enjoyable.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) January 29, 2015
Wheelchair Accessible Transit Inc, a leading Toronto accessible transit company, will proudly serve as the exclusive transit service for persons with disabilities during the Canadian International AutoShow for the third year in a row. The company is honoured to be able to provide full accessible transportation to the attendees with accessibility needs before, during, and after the show.
The Canadian International AutoShow will take place from February 13 - February 22 2015 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, in both the North and South buildings. Those who require accessible transportation services are asked to locate the shuttle bus stops outside of the MTCC and call the listed number on the wheelchair accessible bus stop sign to arrange a shuttle.
The show hours are as follows:
February 13: 12:00PM - 10:00PM
February 14: 10:30AM - 10:00PM
February 15: 10:30AM - 6:00PM
The Canadian International AutoShow draws attendees from various locations. For more information about the AutoShow, visit their event page here.
A Wheelchair Transit representative said the following on their services at the AutoShow; “We hope to make everyone’s experience at the AutoShow enjoyable. Safe transportation during a busy event is important and an unpleasant experience with transportation can make the event less enjoyable. Our goal is to create the perfect experience for all of our customers, from the time the initial shuttle booking is made to the final drop off. We believe our passengers’ dignity is of the utmost importance."
Wheelchair Accessible Transit Inc. has provided safe, secure, and reliable transportation services throughout Toronto, the GTA, and across Ontario over the past decade. The company offers flexible packages to suit their clients needs and they are able to accommodate a variety of schedules and budgets. Find out more information about their transit services by visiting http://www.wheelchairtransit.com.