Greater Manchester has a good public transport network. The accessibility of services is improving, but some parts of the network contain obstacles for disabled people.
If you do not find the information you need on this website please contact:
The Strategic Relations Department
Transport for Greater Manchester
2 Piccadilly Place
Some disabled people are entitled to lower fares and free travel. Make sure you make the best use of your entitlement to concessionary fares.
Travel information for blind and partially sighted people
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Audio version (MP3 format)
Part 1 - Introduction (47 seconds)
Part 2 - Plan your travel (2 minutes 20 seconds)
Part 3 - Metrolink (1 minute 27 seconds)
Part 4 - National concessionary travel pass (4 minutes 47 seconds)
Part 5 - Other travel services (1 minute 59 seconds)
Part 6 - Contact details (1 minute 36 seconds)
A guide to easy travel for disabled people - Trafford
Click here to view the 'Guide to easy travel for disabled people - Trafford' in pdf format (796Kb).
A guide to easy travel for disabled people - Tameside
to view the 'Guide to easy travel for disabled people - Tameside' in pdf format (960Kb).
Easier access on Greater Manchester's buses
Click here to view the 'Easier access on Greater Manchester's buses' leaflet in pdf format (526Kb).
Low floor easy access buses
Click here to view a list of low floor easy access buses in Greater Manchester. Updated 7 December 2011.