The NTA is committed to making the nationaltransport.ie website accessible, in accordance with Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

This accessibility statement applies to the nationaltransport.ie website.

We are continuously working to improve our level of accessibility and are happy to receive feedback on any issues you find.

Non-accessible content

The content listed below is non accessible as per the requirements set out in WCAG 2.1 Level AA:

  • PDF documents (the NTA are working towards making the most popular PDFs on the website compliant as soon as possible), if you need a document in an alternative format please contact Accessibility@nationaltransport.ie we will try and accommodate your request as far as is practicable.
  • The Cycle Manual section of our website has tables, images, graphics, colours and certain sections that are not fully accessible. We are working on making these items accessible by September 30th 2020.
  • Various elements around our mobile menu, homepage, privacy agreement registration dialog, elements of our project page and various website forms are not fully accessible.  These will be made accessible by October 2nd 2020.

The content not within scope of the Directive is as follows:

  • Office file formats published before September 2018
  • Pre-recorded time-based media published before September 2020
  • Live time-based media
  • Online maps and mapping services, as long as essential information is provided in an accessible digital manner for maps intended for navigational use
  • Third-party content that is neither funded by, developed by nor under the control of the public sector body concerned

Compliance status

The nationaltransport.ie website is almost completely compliant with WCAG 2.1, due to the exemption listed below:

  • PDF documents (the NTA are working towards making the most popular PDFs on the website compliant as soon as possible), if you need a document in an alternative format please contact Accessibility@nationaltransport.ie we will try and accommodate your request as far as is practicable.
  • The Cycle Manual section of our website has tables, images, graphics, colours and certain sections that are not fully accessible. We are working on making these items accessible by September 30th 2020.
  • Various elements around our mobile menu, homepage, privacy agreement registration dialog, elements of our project page and various website forms are not fully accessible. These will be made accessible by October 2nd 2020.

Preparation of this accessibility statement

This statement was prepared on August 26th 2020.

This statement was prepared with assistance of accredited accessibility website auditors.

The statement was last reviewed on September 18th 2020.

Feedback and contact information or to request information

Please send us your accessibility related feedback by filling out this form on transportforireland.ie.

Our Accessibility Manager or the relevant department at the National Transport Authority will process your request and come back to you as soon as possible.

See below for guidance on how to configure your browser or operating system for higher contrast viewing on nationaltransport.ie.

Google Chrome

Google have developed a high contrast plugin for chrome that allows users to toggle between a range of different high contrast styles on any website.

Alternatively, it is possible to change chrome settings manually by navigating to chrome://settings/

Firefox

There is a 3rd party extension available for Firefox called dark background and light text that allows users to toggle between a range of different high contrast styles on any website.

Alternatively, it is possible to manually change some of these settings by navigating to about:preferences

Safari

Safari offer limited configuration from within the browser bay, navigating to Preferences > General

It is recommended to configure the global operating system accessibility settings, which can be viewed by navigating to System Preferences > Accessibility

Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer

It is recommended to configure the global operating system accessibility settings, which can be viewed by navigating to Settings > Ease of access

Here you can select between different high contrast themes and change zoom settings.