Accessible light rail
Light rail services are accessible to older people, families with prams, and people with a disability. All light rail stations have either ramp or lift access.
It is easy to move between the carriage and the platform, and you will find plenty of room for a wheelchair or pram on board the light rail.
There is only one lift at Lilyfield Station. If this lift is out of service, the station will not be wheelchair accessible.
Glebe Station is easily accessible and pram and wheelchair-friendly. There is, however, a steep incline up to Glebe Point Road from this station. It may be easier to access Glebe Point Road from Jubilee Park Station.
If you need any assistance, ask the staff on the station or the conductors on board your light rail.
If you have any questions about station access, phone 02 8584 5288, 24 hours a day.
Travel for the visually impaired
If you carry a Vision Impaired Person's Permit, you can travel on light rail for free. Your attendant must purchase a concession fare for the journey.
Travelling with assistance animals
Your seeing-eye dog, dog for the hearing impaired or authorised disabled person's companion animal can travel on light rail services. There are no restrictions for these animals. For more information see travelling with animals or Assistance Animal Permit.