Your Bibus transport network is committed to your safety and implements various means in the vehicles and on the ground, discover the list of all safety actions. Technical means : Cameras : Video surveillance is present throughout the network : 330 cameras are positioned in buses, 160 in tramway trains and 140 at tramway stations. Emergency calls : Emergency call buttons can be activated on your transport network on board and at stations. They allow you to call the network's emergency operators when you are at tram and cable car stations. On board the tram, they allow you to contact the driver. You can also call the usual numbers: SAMU (15), Police and/or Gendarmerie (17), Fire Brigade (18) and all emergencies (112). Human resources : Prevention : 12 security guards are responsible for regulating the atmosphere, ensuring your safety and that of your employees, and for ensuring the application of the operating regulations and user assistance. Checking : 34 checkers are responsible for welcoming and informing customers, checking passengers' tickets, noting offences, playing a preventive role and ensuring the application of operating regulations and user assistance. Mediation : 25 mediation officers are responsible for welcoming and informing customers, checking passengers' tickets, noting offences, playing a preventive role, ensuring that the operating regulations are applied and helping users Agreements and partnerships : partnerships exist between Bibus and several organisations including the police, the gendarmerie, the prefecture, the justice system, the national education system and Brest Métropole. They help to combat fraud and increase your sense of security when travelling on the network and in the metropolitan area. Other means : Stop on demand : from 10pm, the stop on demand allows you to get off the bus between two stops. All night travellers can benefit from this possibility, in order to be dropped off as close as possible to their home. The principle is simple : when boarding the bus, the passenger informs the driver of his wish to get off between two stops. As passenger safety is a priority for Bibus, the stop on demand system is a regulated system. The driver remains the sole decision-maker on the feasibility of getting off safely between two stops. For safety reasons, people in wheelchairs can only get off at adapted stops. Noctybus : this is the night line of the Bibus transport network. Designed as part of the city of Brest's alcohol plan, its purpose is to allow young people and students to return safely from cafés, restaurants and nightclubs. It operates on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, leaving from the "Les Îles" stop at 1.15, 2.15 and 3.15 a.m., towards Provence and the student residences.