Accessible Bus Lines

 
 

Accessibility in Egged's assets and services

  • Accessibility arrangements in central transport facilities owned and operated by Egged
  • Accessible low-floor city buses
  • Eilatomats accessibility

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Accessibility in Dan

All city buses Dan buses (Except for a tourist line 100) are low-floor accessible with no stairs , for maximum comfort and increase bus leaving it . These buses are equipped with rear ramp door intended to place people in wheelchairs directly from the pavement , and internal paging system (for passengers on the bus) and external (for those waiting at the station) .

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Accessibility in Kavim

All city buses of the Company are accessible and comply with the regulations of the Ministry of Transport.

 

Bus stations

  • The bus station environment is the responsibility of the local authority only. In other words, an accessible waiting area, signage on the station, lowering sidewalks, etc.

Accessible buses

  • All municipal buses of the Company are accessible and comply with the regulations of the Ministry of Transport. The following are some of the accessibility issues available to our clients:
  • There is a lifting device for the entrance and exit of passengers moving in a wheelchair.
  • On either side of the aisle, three seats were allocated for people with disabilities who moved without a wheelchair, marked with accessibility symbols.
  • A wheelchair was placed in front of the door with the person moving in, and a handhold and means of anchoring the wheelchair were installed.
  • It has installed internal and external signaling systems.
  • Electronic dashboards that display times and targets in non-moving characters, yellow on a dark background.

 

Accessibility in Metropoline

Metropoline operates accessible lines in the cities: Ra'anana, Kfar Saba, Herzliya, Hod Hasharon, Arad, Hora, Arara in the Negev


These buses are equipped with a ramp for raising wheelchairs and means for safety anchoring. 
The use of the accessibility ramp is dependent on the possibility of proximity to the bus without a disturbance of parked vehicles and without safety concerns. 

In addition, there are public address systems on all buses.


 

 

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