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As well as the standard transport network, we also offer a transport service that is adapted to people with reduced mobility, the visually impaired and/or hearing impaired, and those with a disability rate that is equal to or over 80%.

The Accemo service can be used by residents of Brest or the 7 towns of the Brest Métropole : Bohars, Gouesnou, Guilers, Guipavas, Plougastel, Plouzané, Le Relecq-Kerhuon.

Transport is provided with fully equipped minibuses.

The service operates every day, except the 1 May. For occasional or regular journeys, prior subscription and reservation is compulsory.



Subscription :

To be able to use the Accemo service, you need to subscribe :

  • Using the online form available here

  • By calling +33 (0)2 98 34 42 46 for a subscription form in paper version. Then you’ll need to send the form back to the following address : Service Accemo, RD BREST, 7, Rue Ferdinand de Lesseps, CS 80334, 29806 Brest cedex 9.

Please note : a photocopy of a valid disability card must be attached to the form.

Bookings :

To book a transport service, once you’ve subscribed to the service, contact a customer service advisor on +33 (0)2 98 34 42 46 or send an email to [email protected].

Our advisors are available for you :

  • from 7.30am to 7pm Monday to Friday,

  • et de 9h00 à 17h00 le samedi.


The Accemo transport service is available :

  • from Monday to Saturday : 7am to 1am,

  • on Sundays and public holidays : 9am to 1am.


Transport tickets :

All our transport tickets* are valid for the Accemo service.

*Except the KorriGo pass validated for annual multi-transport services.


Accompanying persons for people subscribed to the Accemo service :

Some people with reduced mobility will need to be accompanied when they travel. In this case, the presence and number of accompanying persons must be specified at the time of booking.

  • If it is a compulsory accompanying person : the fact that the disabled person must be accompanied when travelling should be specified when they subscribe to the service, under ‘assistance’. The accompanying person can then travel free-of-charge. No transport service can be provided in the absence of this person. The accompanying person does not need to be appointed by name, but must be over the age of 18, independent and have the necessary knowledge of the disability to be able to assist the user.

  • If the accompanying person is not compulsory (a family member travelling with the person without having to assist them) : this person will need to have their own valid transport ticket. They can travel at a discounted price. This person is authorised to travel on the chosen route, subject to availability.

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