We explain here how you can travel with a wheelchair, mobile scooter, or stroller.
Traveling with a wheelchair, mobile scooter or stroller on public transport
For boarding, people with a wheelchair take precedence over people with a mobile scooter or stroller. People with a mobile scooter - that meet the conditions - take precedence over people with a stroller.
The buses have a low floor and a special wheelchair spot in the middle of the bus. This spot is indicated with a wheelchair sticker. Mobile scooters are not permitted on the buses. The trams of the 'older type' have a wheelchair spot in the low middle section of the tram. The new type of tram, the Combino, has a wheelchair spot located by the conductor. The spots in the trams are indicated with a sticker. In the tram and bus, the wheelchair spot is also the stroller spot.
Mobile scooter in the tram and metro
An electric mobile scooter may go on the tram or metro when there is sufficient room and under certain conditions. Mobile scooters are not permitted on the bus.
Which mobile scooters are permitted?
Electric mobile scooters that are maximally 120 cm in length, 70 cm in width, and 109 cm in height are permitted. Mobile scooters that are larger than these maximum dimension and/or with a speed of maximally twelve to fifteen km per hour are not permitted. Examples of which mobile scooter are and are not permitted are shown below.
It is best to place your wheelchair or mobile scooter so that your back is towards the driving direction. Although you will travel backwards, it is the safest method in the event of an emergency stop.
May I bring my bicycle?
If you use your bicycle for medical reasons, you may bring it on-board our vehicles when the bicycle (if necessary, folded up) does not exceed the permitted dimensions, namely, 120 cm in length, 70 cm in width, and 109 cm in height.
Please be sure to follow the directions of the driver or conductor. The driver or conductor have the right to refuse a wheelchair, mobile scooter, bicycle, or stroller on behalf of the safety of yourself and other passengers. For example, when there is insufficient room in the event of an emergency.