Reduced mobility

A pregnant woman, a person with a broken leg, a disabled person or someone with impaired vision: when you’re experiencing reduced mobility, moving around a public space becomes a challenge.

Whether temporary or permanent – there are plenty of instances of reduced mobility. Because getting around is a basic need, continuous efforts aim to ensure people with reduced mobility are able to use public transport without any problems. This involves specially adapted train and bus stations and making sure travellers get all the information they need for their trip. On-board screens and audio announcements keep bus passengers informed about their journey, for example. Also, our website meets the required accessibility standards and can be used by disabled persons.