Sarnia adopts "dynamic accessibility symbol"

Afternoon Drive

Sarnia is the latest city to adopt something called the "Dynamic Accessibility Symbol." The design shows a person in a wheelchair leaning forward, with arms raised in the air behind him — like they're powering the chair forward. The new symbol has been adopted by many cities across Ontario, hoping to eventually replace the accessibility symbol we see everyday. We spoke to Dylan Itzikowitz from the Forward Movement.

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