Stops: 307 of Bibus’ 401 stops are accessible - that's 77%.In 2018, as we continue to upgrade our accessibility, 100% of the network’s stops will be accessible.

Accessible stops are indicated by this image , which can be easily seen on both the stops and the timetables.

Tram: Line  is accessible to people with reduced mobility over almost the entire route.26 of the 28 stops are accessible.Only 2 stops (Mac Orlan and Menez Paul) are not as the road has an incline of more than 6%.

Cable car: The cable car and the stops at Ateliers and Jean Moulin are accessible.People with reduced mobility and those who are visually impaired, blind or hard of hearing can use line  completely independently.

Bus: All buses are accessible (they are equipped with retractable ramps).Every new bus entering the fleet is fitted with a device designed to announce travel information to help blind and partially sighted people.

Good to know !

Keolis Brest and Brest Métropole offer Accemo, a service exclusively for those with reduced mobility, the blind or partially-sighted and the hearing-impaired. To use Accemo, you must first register. You will then be able to request the service and make reservations by phoning 02 98 34 42 46.


Guide dogs or assistance dogs: Order No. 2014-1090 from 26 September 2014 extended freedom of access for guide dogs or assistance dogs.Now, dogs belonging to disabled people in possession of a priority card and dogs in training can access all public places and transport services (trams, cable cars and buses).