Through its actions, the Urban Community wishes to improve the accessibility of its public transportation network by improving the quality of its services and offering access to the network that is fair for everybody.


The LiA network is gradually becoming accessible to persons with special needs, such as persons using wheelchairs, senior citizens and persons suffering from sensory or cognitive disabilities.

Bus accessibility

  • 248 bus stops have been designed to facilitate access for persons with reduced mobility
  • 100% of buses are equipped with an access ramp on the middle door
  • 100% of buses are equipped with a flat, low floor that facilitates access and movement.
  • 100% of buses traveling on regular lines are equipped with a visual display and voice announcements that indicate the name of the terminal and the next stop.

Drivers are trained on how to stop the bus and how to accommodate persons with handicaps

Tram access

  • the tram stations have been designed to facilitate access for persons with reduced mobility
  • the platforms are equipped with an illuminated information panel, which can be read out loud using a customized module available upon request.
  • the 22 tram units are universally accessible; persons using wheelchairs must enter them through the double doors
  • the trams are equipped with a visual display and voice announcement system that indicates the name of the terminal and the next station.

The dedicated service for persons with reduced mobility

The MobiFil on-demand transportation service is intended for anyone who is not able to travel independently on the network due to a physical or sensory handicap.