Accessibility – Pierre Elliot Trudeau
Accessibility information gathered by Corrina Hodgson. Please note that these notes are based on her experience and are subject to change.
Bus stops are about a one minute walk from the park
This parking area off of Stepehn Leacock is well lit and has approximately 50 parking spots of which none are designated as disabled.
There’s another area off of Mackle St of 40 spots or so. Again, none are designated for disabled parking. This parking area is paved, lit, and kinda sorta maintained
It’s a large park, well lit with grassy surface. There are paved pathways that appear to be well maintained. If you park off of Stephen Leacock and Louis Pasteur, the paved pathway hooks up with that parking area.
The curbs are graduated to meet the road.
The pathway there is slightly buckled so that the sides slope down and the center is higher.
There is no demarcation – visual or texture- on either side of the path.
The path has no railing.
The path is well lit.
The park hasa building with washrooms including one reserved for reduced mobility.
Garbage bins and recycling throughout the park