RATP maintains an ongoing dialogue will all stakeholders concerned by accessibility: associations, staff, government entities and passengers. It regularly undertakes projects developed in close collaboration with these stakeholders, and notably with their representative associations. This joint procedure enables us to develop practical tools and training modules, and to respond to passenger feedback, all within the framework of the RATP Accessibility Advisory Committee (CCA), created in June 2009 and comprised of 9 associations.

Network accessibility

In addition to various programmes to improve the accessibility of the bus, tram and RER networks for persons in wheelchairs, which have pr...

Sensorial accessibility

Using public transport implies searching for useful information to optimise your trip. Having easy access to that information is essential f...

Building awareness about mobility

Since 2004, RATP has launched numerous initiatives to build awareness of mobility. It has designed and developed a line of products and...