GSB 7.0 Standardlösung


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Accessible travel with long-distance buses

Accessible travel is also to become standard in the future with long-distance buses. On behalf of the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt), a handbook has been developed to provide guidance to manufacturers, operators and users. In addition to the legal requirements, it contains recommendations on how to implement accessibility in buses, infrastructure and operation. An adaptation at European level is being sought.

It is to be expected that the handbook will contribute to the rapid dissemination of target-oriented solutions in the areas of vehicles, infrastructure and operation. The accessibility of regular long-distance bus services for all user groups will thus be sustainably improved.

Additional Information

Research compact 08/2020


The influence of model parameters on the service life prediction of reinforced bridge structures
Reports of the Federal Highway Research Institute, book B 149, 2020

  • Contact

    Federal Highway Research Institute
    Brüderstraße 53
    D-51427 Bergisch Gladbach
    Telephone: 0049 2204 43-9101
    Fax: 0049 2204 43-2550

  • Reports

    BASt's reports are almost entirely in German. Each report includes an english abstract. You can find the complete report by following the link to ELBA on the report's page.