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A community-based system for sharing Recreational Assistive Devices (RAD)View
Access to community services for people with disabilities or loss of autonomy (PWD) since the COVID-19 pandemic: a research-action studyView
Access to Fly: Development of user-based recommendations to support air travel for people with SCIView
Accessibility Advisory Committees/Disability Advocacy on a Local Level

This project will focus on identifying best practices, assessing the capacity building needs, and evaluating the collaboration between the cities and the advisory committees.

Accessibility of the Built Environment for People with Disabilities: Best Practices and Knowledge Mobilization Challenges in a Municipal Organization

This project aims to support Quebec City in implementing the UA measures provided in the legislation.

Active Transportation Policy Analysis

This project analyzes existing public transportation policies across municipalities in British Columbia, in Canada and Illinois in US.

AXS-Heritage: For a harmonious conciliation between our heritage buildings and inclusive accessibilityView
COVID-19 and Making Streets for People

This project explores how non-profit organizations and municipalities have adapted their service delivery and programming for people with disabilities or considered the impact of environmental changes and policies on these individuals during COVID-19.

Development of Indicators of the Use of Public Transport

The general purpose is to develop indicators of public transport use by people with disabilities or reduced mobility.

Discrepancy Awareness Training to Change Attitudes toward DisabilityView
Engineering Solutions for Outdoor Accessibility

This project will review best practices and evaluate the tools for improving the accessibility of the streetscapes.

Exploring a public transportation training program for improving confidence and satisfaction with taking the busView
Historic Building Accessibility Standards

The objective of this project is to provide sufficient scientific evidence for the reconciliation of inclusive accessibility in heritage buildings and sites.

Identification of facilitators and barriers to the use of adapted public transport by eligible persons accompanied by a child aged 5 or underView
Improving Way Finding Skills Among People With DisabilitiesView
Inclusive Airports: Toward inclusive accessibility in Canadian airports

This project aims to provide evidence-based recommendations on norms of accessibility in international airports.

Intersectional Sensitivity Training for Service Providers

This project will develop training for service providers to address biases around intersectional categories (e.g., race and disability, disability and gender, disability and sexual orientation).

Redesign fire evacuation training in seniors’ residences and evacuation routes in long term care centre located in heritage buildingsView
Sidewalk Infrastructure ProjectView
Social Network Analysis

The purpose of the study is to conduct an analysis of interactions and relationships between all MAP team members, researchers (12) and partners, who are considered a network as a whole.

Training and Familiarization with the Use of Public Transport (SAMI)

This project will explore perceptions and experiences of public transport use by people with disabilities and reduced mobility before and after a training/familiarization with the use of public transport.

Understanding the Experiences of People with Disabilities Utilizing Taxi and Rideshare ServicesView
Walkability/Wheelability Audit in Neighbourhoods (SWAN) Tool Development for People with Sensory and Cognitive Disabilities

The Stakeholders Walkability / Wheelability Audit in Neighbourhoods (SWAN) tool is a neighbourhood-built environment audit tool which facilitates participant-led evaluations of selected street segments which influence mobility:

Website Accessibility for People with Traumatic Brain Injury

This project assesses the accessibility of the online resources of associations delivering services to people with traumatic brain injury.

Wheeled Device and Adaptive Cycle Users’ Mobility Experiences with Cycling Infrastructure

This project explores the transportation experiences of cyclists or wheeled mobility device users in cycle lanes.