Age Friendly Info Hub


The availability, accessibility and affordability of different modes of transportation are key in providing older adults with the freedom and independence to get around their community. This can include reliance on forms of transportation like community vans, buses, taxis, and friends or family.

211 Ontario:

The province of Ontario developed a list of local services related to transportation for seniors and individuals with restricted mobility. – CLICK HERE

Brant Transit:

The County of Brant Public Transportation provides options, both regular and accessible, for anyone traveling within the County of Brant, into the City of Brantford and back.  Learn how to book a ride, options and restrictions. Call 519 442-7268 or – CLICK HERE

Brantford Lift:

The City operates assisted and accessible transportation within the city of Brantford. – CLICK HERE

Brantford Transit:

Learn about Brantford Transit fares, tickets, bus routes and schedules within the city of Brantford. – CLICK HERE

Go Transit:

Learn about Go Transit fares and schedules. – CLICK HERE

Red Cross Transportation Services:

The Brantford Branch of the Red Cross provides transportation service for those who are unable to use public transportation or private means. – CLICK HERE

Safe Driving Tips for Older Adults:

The Burlington Age Friendly council provides a comprehensive guide to assist older adults in preparing for the Driver’s Licence Renewal Program in Ontario for drivers age 80 and over, with other helpful
resources included. –CLICK HERE

Seniors Driving:

CAA provides information on how aging affects your driving and learn how to assess and maintain your driving skills. – CLICK HERE

Seniors Driving Resources:

The Province of Ontario provides information on drivers’ licences, driving and transportation services, accessible parking permits and veteran graphic licence plates. – CLICK HERE

Vehicle Modification Program – March of Dimes:

March of Dimes provides grants for this program, providing funding for vehicle modifications to adjust for disabilities. – CLICK HERE