For comprehensive information from Welsh Government on services available to those travellers with reduced mobility, please visit the British & Irish Council website.
For further advice and support, please call us Freephone on 0800 464 0000 from 7:00-20:00 daily.
When using the journey planner, you will see a blue accessibility logo displayed on the journey results, indicating whether this service is accessible for those customers who are mobility impaired, using wheelchairs, pushchairs and buggies etc.
This information is available for the services that we have received information about and is accurate to the best of our knowledge. Whilst every effort is made to provide information on behalf of the bus and rail companies in Wales, this information cannot be guaranteed and is potentially subject to change at short notice. Travellers are advised to contact the bus or rail company before making their journey to confirm any information. For links to operator websites, please see below.
Blue Logo: From the information we have received, this service should be accessible for all passengers.
Cross Logo: From the information we have received, this service may not be accessible for customers with a mobility impairment.
This website is tested to AA conformance to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
The Traveline Cymru Contact Centre uses a BT Type Talk system and all agents are trained to use this facility.
Information is available in the Contact Centre regarding accessibility of stops and services where available.
Please see the links below for disabled access information from the following operators:
Please see the links below for disabled transport information from the following local councils:
Isle of Anglesey
Neath Port Talbot
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Vale of Glamorgan
The Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) have published guidance for those passengers using mobility scooters wishing to use public transport, which you can see here.
Please check with your operator in advance to ensure low floor vehicles will be used on your journey. Operator contact details can be found here.
For information on using mobility scooters on Transport for Wales services, please click here.
Sight Loss charity RNIB Cymru have produced their ‘Get on Board’ guide, which covers a breadth of issues people who are visually impaired face on a regular basis. For more information on the Get on Board guide, please visit the RNIB Cymru website here.
Transport for Wales are committed to excellent customer service for all customers. They recommend booking assistance at least 24 hours before you travel (you can book further in advance if you prefer).
You can book:
National Rail Enquiries’ Stations Made Easy includes floor plans, photos and accessibility information about our stations. Check opening hours, availability of accessible toilets, and whether there are staff on hand to help.
At some of our stations the lifts can only operate when platforms are staffed.
For more information, please go to their website.
Transport for Wales also offer the following initiatives:
For information on accessible toilet facilities located near bus stations, railway stations and major bus interchange points, you can:
The Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service is for patients across Wales who are unable for medical reasons, to make their own way to and from their hospital appointments.
It is a vital resource to help those patients who need and rely on it and it should not be used as an alternative to other means of getting to appointments.
Please note that a need for treatment does not automatically imply a need for transport. There is an eligibility process that all patients are required to go through to ensure the service can be offered to them. Please click here to see if you are eligible
For patients who are found non eligible, the Alternative Transport Team can discuss transport options in your area, that may be able to help.