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Accessible buses come in many different shapes and sizes - but in general, they are smaller than full-size city buses. Essentially, truck frames are shipped from the big manufacturers (like Ford, GM, Chrysler, Volvo, and others) to bus builders (like Blue Bird, Orion, and others), who then build the passenger compartments and finish the interiors. Specialty shops also build the hydraulic or electric-powered ramp systems on the side or in the rear of accessible buses. Most accessible buses are air conditioned for the comfort of their passengers... but that's something you'll enjoy, too!

Have a look at some of the accessible buses on the roads of Canada today!

Learn about career choices in Canada's bus industry

Motor Carrier Passenger Council of Canada (MCPCC), 10350 Yonge Street, Suite 206, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 5K9
Telephone 905-237-0533   Toll-free 1-877-631-0533   email info@buscouncil.ca