Wheelchair Services

Wheelchair services are more reachable with Easi-Cab.  

Your Easi-Cab wheelchair accessible van is a good way to make these services more accessible.

You can give us a call to arrange for Easi-Cab to collect you to take you to a train station, Luas or bus stop.  At the same time you can arrange to be met by us when you return.  Don't forget that those of you with carers can have them accompany you.

Iarnród Éireann say that they are always looking for ways to improve service to all. Follow this link for more details on Iarnród Éireann's wheelchair services.

Dublin Bus say on their website "At Dublin Bus we want to provide a friendly, efficient and safe service to all our customers.  Some of our customers have a disability, . . . so they need our extra care and attention."  There have been significant improvements made and now all buses will stop if there is a wheelchair user at the bus stop.

Luas is a state-of-the-art Light Rail Transit System that provides an accessible, attractive and unique mode of public transport in Dublin. Compliant with current accessibility and environmental standards for transport systems, it offers accessibility for all.

Bus Éireann is committed to the provision of a fully accessible public transport system and infrastructure. They have commenced the purchase of Inter-City Coaches with wheelchair lifts as part of its replacement programme. The Sectoral Plan under the Disability Act 2005 envisages that the entire scheduled service coach fleet in Ireland will have been replaced by wheelchair accessible coaches by 2015.

For the best taxi service available for wheelchair users and those who need that little extra looking after when travelling by taxi, you can rely on Easi-Cab's Taxis.



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