The EV revolution is an opportunity to close a critical industry knowledge gap about accessible vehicles. Why aren’t more OEMs taking advantage?

As the auto industry retools to become EV-centric, it has the chance to improve the driving experience for the over six million Canadians living with disabilities — but most OEMs don’t have an accessibility plan in place

BC Hydro emphasizes EV charger accessibility with new designs, retrofits on existing stations

BC Hydro — following Hydro-Québec’s lead — announces they are changing the design of both old and new electric vehicle charging stations to improve accessibility for users with mobility limitations

“Canada’s Car” Project Arrow inspires an annual accessible vehicle design competition spin-off

While the original Project Arrow vehicle heads into the final stages of assembly, its spirit is now serving as an inspiration to post-secondary students across Canada in an annual challenge to imagine the vehicle of the future, this time with accessibility in mind

Experts reveal how on-demand transit can transform accessibility for commuters in Canada

Industry leaders taking part in the Electric Autonomy Canada panel on increasing accessibility in public transportation challenge transit authorities to build on-demand systems that are connected, intelligent and proactive will serve all Canadians better

Tesla missing opportunity to be a world leader in EV accessibility, says former Canadian Paralympian

For Tesla to truly live up to its mission to accelerate the EV transition, it must ensure its products are accessible and inclusive. Surely, asks Joel Dembe, if Elon Musk can revolutionize space travel and modernize vehicle transportation, he can help people with disabilities, too?

Coalitions among Canadian stakeholders are essential to avoid EV dystopia

Sustainable transportation hinges on EV adoption, but it also requires that there is fewer cars, more transit, safer streets and sound planning. Ultimately, the wide array of benefits means there are many potential allies for EV advocates to work with in turning heads and motivating elected officials.

Closing gaps for EV adoption: rethinking accessibility and affordability

Across Canada drivers are interested in purchasing an EV, but the greatest barrier remains equitable access, including: affordability, knowledge gaps and physical barriers