To ensure our services are accessible for all, buses have been fitted with audio visual announcements and are all low-floor, wheelchair-accessible. In order to assist and improve your travelling experience, here are some of the ways in which we can help:
Wheelchair users are very welcome on board our buses. We also accept some class 2 scooters. For more information, click here.
To ensure all wheelchair users have access to travel at all times, we have implemented the wheelchair taxi guarantee scheme, which provides a free accessible taxi. For more information, click here.
All our buses are low-floor and buggy friendly. To find out more and how we can help you achieve a comfortable travelling experience, click here.
Many bus stops in the city have raised kerbs to allow wheelchair users to board and alight easily. It there is not a raised kerb a manual ramp will be deployed.
Helping Hand is a free scheme designed to give our customers a helping hand when using our bus services; a simple way to help our drivers help you.
The credit-card sized card holds a brief written instruction that can be discreetly shown to the driver when boarding. This is particularly helpful for customers with hidden disabilities or who may require extra assistance. Click here for more information and how to apply.
All cashier desks at 1 Stop Travel and Head Office at Conway Street are equipped with hearing loop technology for better quality sound for customers with hearing aids.
We are recognising the commitment and dedication of unpaid carers by offering them discounted travel. Discounts are available to Carers' Card and Compass Card holders. Find out more here.
As part of our continued commitment to provide accessible travel for all, staff undertake disability awareness training, including 'My Guiding' in partnership with Guide Dogs for the Blind, as well as Dementia Friend training.
For information on what we can do to help make your journey with us easier, click here.
Our buses are dog friendly and, as with all our customers, we ask to be considerate of others. For information on taking your dog on board, click here.
Folding bikes can be carried on our buses provided they can safely be stowed in the luggage area. There should be no protruding parts that may cause and obstruction. Routes 78 and 79 are the only two services with designated space for standing bicycles.
Winner of UK Bus Awards 2015 for Putting Passengers First for Accessible Travel
Accredited by Visit England's Access for All
E-mail us at email@example.com
Telephone us on 01273 886200
Mondays Fridays ~ 7am - 7pm
Saturdays ~ 8.30am - 5.30pm
Sundays and Bank Holidays ~ 9.30am - 4.30pm.
Write to us at Accessibility, Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company,43 Conway Street, HOVE, East Sussex, BN3 3LT
07583 051915 : SMS for passengers that are deaf or have a hearing impairment