Bus timetables
Follow ATB on Facebook YouTube

Accessibility

Accessibility

The investments by ATB Consorzio look to technological and operational solutions that can make public transport accessible to an ever larger number of people.

Visual impairment

The website

This website has been developed according to the A Level Guide Lines 1.0 of WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) and XTHML 1.0 Transactional code validated by W3C (World Web Consortium) in order to offer a quality service and a good accessibility to all our visitors.

The ATB Mobile App

The ATB Mobile app has been created in accordance with the experience of use of the iOS and Android platforms. The iOS version is used with Voice Over, an application for the blind.

The buildings

ATB Point and the upper and lower city funicular station both have tactile routes and maps for the visually impaired and blind in order to improve accessibility.

Guide dogs for the visually impaired and search and rescue dogs may travel for free even off size and without a muzzle (Terms and Conditions, article 5).

Motor disability

Icona disabiliAll ATB buses has low floors to facilitate access by passengers who are elderly or have motor difficulties. 99% of ATB vehicles has a boarding platform.
In some cases the boarding platform cannot be activated because of the conformation of the road where the bus stop is located.  Accessible stops are marked on the map at the Services and Timetables page with the  symbol.

Boarding platforms can be guaranteed on buses by booking before midday on the weekday before the day of travel by calling the ATB Point on +39 035 23 60 26 from Mondays to Fridays from 8:20 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. or Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Motorised wheelchairs must weigh less than 250 Kg fully loaded (with passengers).
The bus driver activates the platform allowing the wheelchair to board the vehicle, while the passenger is responsible for getting the wheel chair on and off the vehicle (Terms and Conditions, article 4).

For an easier access, travelers with physical disabilities, although not in a wheelchair, can ask to get in by central doors, usually reserved for the exit.

The City and San Vigilio Funicular facilities have stair lifts and special housing for carrying one wheelchair per trip.