Stations - The entrance to the train car is simple and safe thanks to the level of the station's platform which is adjusted to the height of the car floor, in a way that allows a smooth and comfortable passage for wheelchair users, as well as for parents with prams, etc.
At the stations themselves - there is a designated waiting area for passengers with wheelchairs/ mobility scooters
Along the station, there are surfaces marked for the blind, which are located right in front of the train's double doors opening area, thus allowing safe entrance for those passengers.
Train - All of the train cars have designated places for securing the wheelchair/mobility scooter next to the folding chairs (the place is marked with the accessibility symbol). The Light Train controllers are happy to assist with onboarding and getting off the train, and securing the wheelchair/mobility scooter to its designated place in the train car.
Support poles - There are support poles along the train that are marked with glowing paint.
Mobility scooters allowed to board the train car - Type A mobility scooter that is up to 75 cm wide, up to 120 cm long and weighs up to 130 kg, is authorized for travel by public transport, including the Light Train.
Dogs - A guide dog can board the train cars, that accompanies a holder of a "Blind Card" and a guide dog during its training period wearing a vest with the caption: "Guide dog in training”. The trainer must pay in full.