Fil Bleu is committed to making its services more accessible for people with reduced mobility.

Many people fall within this category: wheelchair users, the visually impaired and blind, the deaf and hard of hearing, the elderly, vulnerable people, and passengers with luggage or small children. Everyone should be able to travel trouble-free and access Fil Bleu services.

Fil Bleu operates within the framework of the law of 11 February 2005 on the Equality of Rights and Opportunities, and Participation and Citizenship of Disabled Persons, and the decree of 13 July 2009 relating to the accessibility of urban, guided public transport vehicles to disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility.

It is essential that everyone has access to the public transport network.
Syndicat des Mobilités de Touraine, the organising authority for transport in Tours Métropole Val de Loire, is working at various levels with the Fil Bleu and Fil Blanc teams to make it much easier for its residents to get around, whether that means altering the design of stops, choosing rolling stock, deploying specific services or processing passenger information.

Our network's teams do not just settle for regulatory compliance, placing accessibility at the heart of everything they do. Please click on the tabs below for all the information you need to ensure your journeys with us are adapted to your needs.