(709) 221-1288 info@nlbia.ca

WELCOME TO THE NLBIA

The Newfoundland & Labrador Brain Injury Association is a non-profit advocacy organization which strives to improve the quality of life of survivors, their families and friends.

NLBIA GOALS

Helping to identify the needs of survivors, their families and friends. Enhancing access to quality care and services. Improving public awareness of brain injury through education.

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Transportation

Para Transit Go Bus

This a door to door transportation service available to residents of St. John’s and Mount Pearl. Bus must be booked 2 days in advance. For information on schedules and fares call: (709) 368-8887.

For eligibility information and Go Bus Users Handbook please go to City of St. John’s Para Transit: www.stjohns.ca/cityservices/paratransit/


Go Bus

Phone:  (709) 368-8887

5 Kyle Ave, Mount Pearl, NL A1N 4R5

GoBus Accessible Transit is the St. John’s area para-transit system. It operates within the municipalities of St. Johns and Mount Pearl only.

The GoBus mandate is to provide persons with disabilities and those who are unable to access conventional transit, equal access to a transportation system so as to enhance their participation in all aspects of community life. The goal is to ensure that accessible, affordable transportation is provided in a dignified and respectful manner.


Metrobus

For information about services and routes call: 722-9400 or go to the Metrobus website www.metrobus.com

Metrobus is pleased to offer its customers wheelchair accessible service through the use of accessible low floor (ALF) buses on Metrobus routes 1, 2, 3, 5, 14 and 23. The ramp can be used at over 80% of bus stops with more than 40% of stops deemed to be fully accessible for customers using mobility devices. For more information please visit their website here.


Taxi Services

Many taxi companies are now providing accessible options. For more information on accessible taxi services please contact your local taxi provider.