All buses have low entrances and ramps for easy boarding with wheelchairs.There are designated areas for wheelcahirs located near the driver.
All buses have door open buttons at several doors. On the front doors there are four buttons with different functions. When touching the two lower buttons upon boarding or disembarking, you call the driver's attention for extra time or assistance. Inside the bus there are also stop buttons that will give the driver the same message. When these buttons are pressed, the doors will not automatically close and the driver must close them manually.
If needed, drivers will always be able to leave the driver's seat to help those who may need it. This also applies to the metro buses, where the drivers sit somewhat more shielded.
There is usually room for wheelchairs with maximum dimensions L120xW70xH109 and maximum weight 300 kg.
Most regional buses have a wheelchair lift. Buses without a lift have ramp. There are designated areas for wheelchairs in the bus.
There is a landing for embarkment and disembarkment on all boats. The crew will assist you with disembarkment if requested. In cases of high or low water, there may be need for assistance at some docks.
There are designated areas with fasteners for wheelchairs in public areas.
The toilets are universally designed.
All ferries have a ramp or landing for embarkment and disembarkment. The crew will assist you with disembarkment if requested. In case of high or low water, there may be need for assistance at some docks.
There are lifts or platform lifts in all ferries and designated areas with fasteners for wheelchairs in public areas with the exception of:
- Route 960 Gutvik - Leka
- Route 963 Eidshaug - Gjerdinga
- Route 966 Borgan - Ramstadlandet
- Route 985 Ølhammeren - Seierstad
The toilets are universally designed with exceptions of the ferries mentioned above.
The carriages on the tram are not designed for universal accessibility and unfortunately there is no elevator or ramp in the carriages.