Accessible to all

SNCF works with stakeholder associations and uses cutting-edge technologies to make stations and trains accessible for clients with disabilities and limited mobility.

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SNCF is implementing a comprehensive accessibility policy that will reach all travellers—from pregnant women to the elderly and others with limited mobility—by 2015.

  • Investments in increased accessibility are matched to the obstacles to be overcome.
  • SNCF offers tailored services, such as our Accès Plus special assistance program.
  • SNCF employees who work with clients are trained to meet the expectations of the handicapped and to interact with them appropriately.

Advantage No. 1. We receive dedicated guidance from SNCF’s Accessibility Division.
Advantage No. 2.
We developed our strategy in partnership with eight national associations.
Advantage No. 3.
All handicaps are considered—physical, visual, auditory, cognitive, mental, and psychological.


(Accessibility Division)
Campus Wilson
9 rue Jean-Philippe RAMEAU
93212 La Plaine Saint-Denis Cedex
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million Euros invested in 10 years

travellers with disabilities benefit from Accès Plus annually. The service is offered in nearly 400 stations.


Cutting-edge accessibility on the Rhine-Rhone TGV line

The Commission for Accessibility and Gares & Connexions have worked with associations for every kind of handicap to build accessibility into the new high-speed stations at Besançon Franche-Comté and Belfort-Montbéliard—from parking lot to platform. Features include tactile floor strips, magnetic induction loop technology, extra-large pictograms, and a high-tech passenger information app. A virtual guide translates loudspeaker announcements into sign language, and Bluetooth beacons translate on-screen text into audio files that users can access with their smartphone.