Public transport in Lyon
The TCL (Lyon Public Transport) network is one of the most modern in France.
The tram services are accessible, with floors that are level with the platforms and retractable boarding ramps at every door. Visual and voice announcements are also provided on the trams. The tram station platforms, with tactile paving, have access ramps at each end.
Low-level floors are used on 46 bus lines. Each year, 50 new accessible Agora buses are added to the fleet. These have an integrated low floor, a retractable electric boarding ramp to bridge the gap between the door and the pavement, and one wheelchair space (with a restraint system).
All metro stations have a lift (except Croix-Paquet) and all metro platforms have tactile paving.
For more information, visit: www.lyon.fr/page/solidarite/handicaps/les-deplacements.html (French only).
To plan your journey, visit www.tcl.fr/en or contact TCL by phone:
Tel. +33 (0)4 26 10 12 12
Accommodation in Lyon
The tourist office in Lyon offers information about accessible accommodation in the Loire département.
For more information, click on 'Tourisme adapté : le guide de la Ville de Lyon' under 'Ressources' on the following website: http://lyon-france.com/Lyon-pratique/Lyon-accessible (French only)
Eating and drinking in Lyon
Information will be available at a later date.
Sightseeing and leisure in Lyon
The tourist office in Lyon offers information on museums and points of interest around the city.
For more information, download the 'Guide Rhône-Alpes accessible' under 'Ressources' on the following website: http://lyon-france.com/Lyon-pratique/Lyon-accessible (French only)
Getting to the stadium
To plan your journey using public transport, visit the TCL website: www.tcl.fr/en
For more detailed information on the accessibility of your journey, telephone: +33 (0)4 26 10 12 12.
From the airport, disabled supporters should take the Rhonexpress to Meyzieu and then tram T3 to the stadium.