The one step ramps of StopGap.CA

The one step ramps built by volunteers for the Stop Gap Foundation are a temporary, attention grabbing, portable solution to the challenges created by the ubiquitous one step found at the entryway to shops and businesses. Founded in 2011 by Luke Anderson, who after a bike accident in 2002 suddenly found a single step to be a barrier preventing full accessibility to the world. With donated materials and volunteer time, Stop Gap has built ramps and provided them to stores across Canada, inspiring organizations and individuals to do the same. The photos here show the ramps through the different phases of construction, completion, and installation.