Yorkshire has a good public transport network. The accessibility of services is improving, but some parts of the network contain obstacles for some people. It is not currently possible, given the wide range of potential requirements of an individual traveller making a specific journey, to present accessibility information on the online journey planner.
To obtain assistance in identifying if the particular journey you wish to make using convential bus services is possible with a particular disability or requirement then please contact traveline on 0871 200 22 33. (Calls cost 10p per minute plus any charges your network provider makes.) They will assist you as best they can, this may include passing you onto third parties such as a specific bus operator obtain the information you require.
For information on rail services you are advised to contact national rail enquiries who can provide comprehensive information on the accessibility of stations and trains.
Across Yorkshire the local authorities and Transport Executives provide accessible public transport services for local travel. The services are intended to help people who because of disability, frailty or ill health cannot use conventional bus services or have serious problems doing so. They are provided for individuals to help them live as independently as possible.
These services are provided mainly in partnership with voluntary sector providers and consist of social car schemes and community bus services. To find out more about these services please visit the web sites of our partners: