The Victoria Regional Transit System, or the bus, is an easy and convenient way to get around Victoria for a wheelchair traveler. All buses are wheelchair accessible and at each bus stop, you’ll see the universal symbol. If your bus is approaching then try to make eye contact with the driver and move towards the bus. The bus will lower and a ramp will flip out so be sure you are not in the way.

Once inside there will be a space indicating it to be a priority for the disabled seating.  Most of the time there is also a universal symbol. If there are people seated in the area the bus driver will ask them to move. He or she will then secure the wheelchair with straps. When you need to make a stop, not on the route, you can communicate that to the driver by pushing the yellow button that says, “push for stop request.” 

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