You can find information on accessible transport such as the Door 2 Door service, information on Mobility scooters and accessible facilities at our Interchanges on our Transport Accessibility page.
Website assistance: language and Typetalk Alternative formats Browser support and screen readers If you experience problems
The Travel South Yorkshire website has been designed with accessibility in mind.
If you need travel assistance in your
spoken language you can get help by calling Traveline on 01709 515151
and ask for ‘Language Line’ stating what your preferred language is. A
three way conversation involving an interpreter can then be set up so
you can access the travel information you need.
View a list of languages supported by Language Line (PDF)
To translate the Travel South Yorkshire website into a different language visit Google Translate
and type in www.travelsouthyorkshire.com, it will then translate the
website into the language you select from the drop down list of
Typetalk provides a service for people who
cannot speak or hear on the phone. To contact Traveline using Typetalk please
ring 18001 01709 51 51 51.
You can request timetable information in the following alternative formats:
To make a request contact Traveline on
01709 515151 or by emailing them at: Traveline@sypte.co.uk. You can find
more information on ways to contact us on our contact us page.
You can use your browser text resize option (usually found in the
‘Options’ or ‘View’ menu) to enlarge text or use one of the free
assistive technology tools listed on the RNIB website.
You can find a list of popular free screen reader tools on the RNIB website. The RNIB website also offers more information and help on how to use a computer as a blind or partially sighted person.
The content has been tested and proven to be fully usable on the following browsers:
The content should also work with other browser and platform
combinations. However, if you experience a problem, we would be grateful
if you would contact us with the page’s web address and a brief description of the issue.
All downloadable documents have been saved in a generic cross-platform format (RTF or PDF).
You will need to install Adobe Reader (www.adobereader.com) to view all PDF documents.
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