Door-to-door transport supplementing stop-to-stop transport
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Unfortunately, with stop-to-stop public transport we cannot meet every demand from people with reduced mobility. Adapted door-to-door transport offers an answer. Where a journey is not possible by bus or tram, adapted transport may be the solution.
We are working with the Department of Mobility and Public Works on an optimal structure to bring the two systems more closely into line. This should result in clear choices about the division of tasks between the two systems.
MeerMobiel database / website
On the MeerMobiel website you can read more about these developments, and you will find a database with information about the range of accessible public transport and adapted door-to-door transport. Among other subjects, you will find information there about:
- adapted transport services and other transport services for wheelchair users
- taxi and rental firms that provide wheelchair transport
- ‘Minder Mobielen Centrales’ and other transport services offered by volunteers using their own cars
- SNCB/NMBS stations where assistance for people with reduced mobility is possible
- De Lijn dial-a-bus areas and an information sheet for each province with details of the dial-a-bus switchboard
- information sheets from health insurance funds with details of non-urgent patient transport