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Accessible transit

Our mission is to deliver quality, affordable transit services that link people, jobs and communities—and providing transit that's accessible to everyone is an important part of our commitment to do so.

Overview

We employ a range of features and services to provide transit that's accessible to people with disabilities. In short:

  • 100% our vehicles (both buses and railcars) are accessible.
  • 99 of our 145 rail stations are accessible.
     

Though more than two thirds of our system is now accessible and key station upgrade requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act have long been met, multiple projects are under way make more of our stations fully accessible. We're also developing a roadmap to bringing our system to 100% accessibility! Read about our All Stations Accessibility Program (ASAP).

 

Learn more

Accessible services & stationsAccessibility alerts & status informationBus reroutes and stop relocations

Accessibility featuresAccessibility Frequently Asked QuestionsASAP: All Stations Accessibility Plan

What's newASAP: All Stations Accessibility PlanADA Advisory Committee

 

 

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System Status

 

Trains:

Red Line Normal Service
Blue Line Special Note
Brown Line Normal Service
Green Line Normal Service
Orange Line Normal Service
Purple Line Normal Service
Pink Line Normal Service
Yellow Line Normal Service

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