Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) envisions a fully inclusive organization and workplace, achieved through collaborative efforts to identify, remove, and prevent barriers for persons with disabilities. WDBA commits to achieve, and where reasonable, exceed the commitments established in the legislation. WDBA encourages partnerships with stakeholders, project partners and all other service providers. WDBA embraces the concept of universality and is committed to implementing policies and practices that support the procurement and delivery of inclusive goods, facilities, and services.
Multi-Year Accessibility Plan Progress Report – Feedback needed
WDBA is currently seeking community feedback on the Multi-Year Accessibility Plan draft Progress Report.
As part of the Accessible Canada Act, WDBA is required to publish accessibility plans every two years, with a progress report occurring annually in between. The annual progress report shares the current status of the various deliverables within the Multi-Year Accessibility Plan. The next Multi-Year Accessibility Plan will be published in 2024.
You can provide feedback on the Progress Report by reviewing a draft version and then completing an online survey:
The survey will close on October 2, 2023, and feedback will help inform the current implementation of the 2022-2024 Multi-Year Accessibility Plan. The progress report, including survey results, will be posted to the project website in December 2023.
The survey is available in alternate formats upon request by emailing info [at] wdbridge.com, or by calling 1-844-322-1773.
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