Barrier-free transportation

Barrier-free transportation is provided by low-floor vehicles or vehicles allowing the driver assistance during boarding the vehicle. These connections are indicated by the symbol in the timetable so as on the outside of the car with glyph of wheelchair:

Public transport guarantees low floor vehicles on certain connections. These guaranteed connections are distinguished by wheelchair symbol in timetables.

Suburban transport have also guaranteed lines and connections.

Railway carriers also operate with accessible vehicles for immobile people. Particular railway vehicles are furnished with the lifting platform.

Most vehicles also have designated wheelchair spaces. These spaces can be found by looking for wheelchair glyph on the outside of the vehicle.

For more information about wheelchair accessible vehicles and connections please visit website of ODIS carriers.