The Oakville Transit Support Person ID Card is a card that identifies a person who, because of their disability, requires regular or occasional assistance while travelling on Oakville Transit buses.
Support persons travel free of charge on Oakville Transit buses when travelling with someone who has an identified medical requirement for support.
All passengers who wish to have a support person travel with them at no charge, must present their Oakville Transit Support Person ID Card to the bus driver for each trip that a support person travels with them.
One support person is allowed per individual per trip, but your support person may vary. This is in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA).
To get your Oakville Transit Support Person ID Card, you must:
Once the application is approved, Oakville Transit will contact the applicant and issue the card.
The Oakville Transit Support Person ID Card is valid for three years from date of issue. Cards are issued free of charge.
Alternate ways to request the application form: