Accessibility Fleet

Accessible Fleet

We believe that our experience in operating transit, bus and specialty services will enable us to provide a safe and friendly mobile experience.

Our Ram Promaster makes for the ideal mobility vehicle as it offers a lot of space. It gives you the ability to stand up straight and walk around. Aesthetically, the wheel chairvan is a bit more utilitarian inside.

The Grand Caravan features a lightweight aluminum ramp which extends to allow easy access to the interior for wheelchairs and scooters. For your convenience, the front passenger seat is removable and flexible seating options are available.

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August 23, 2022

Hammond Bus To Purchase Electric School Buses

Local bus operator to reduce emissions with 10 Electric busesLocal school and charter bus operator HammondBus.com is going electric, announcing the purchase order for 10 all-electric LionC school buses from Lion Electric, with deliveries in 2023, and 2024. The purchase order is conditional upon the satisfactory grant of non-repayable contributions to HammondBus.com under Infrastructure Canada’s […]

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November 19, 2021

Hammond Transportation rebrands after more than 50 years

Local bus company Hammond Transportation is getting a new name and logo. Starting this week, it will be known as Hammondbus.com. The company got its start as “Hammond’s Taxi,” founded by Orvil Hammond in 1944. Over the next two decades, the company added different types of vehicle to its fleet and expanded its services, eventually […]

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March 17, 2021

Bus Service Offers Muskoka Residents Free Ride to Vaccination Clinics

GRAVENHURST — The District of Muskoka has partnered with Hammond Transportation to give eligible residents in remote areas a lift to COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Vaccination clinics are established in Bracebridge and Huntsville, but Gravenhurst Mayor Paul Kelly said he’s disappointed it the lack of clinics. “[It’s] been a concern since day one,” Kelly said. “So […]

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