Below you will find some useful tips to ensure a smooth trip with the Coastal Tram.
- Open the door by pushing the illuminated button and first let the passengers alight.
- Then climb aboard. A whistle signal lets you know when the doors are closing. To avoid holding up your fellow-passengers or the service, don’t linger on the step.
- Some stops have an elevated platform, making it even easier to get on and off. These stops are indicated on the maps by a wheelchair icon.
- The Coastal Tram has a lowered section in the middle where it’s easier to get on, especially with a pushchair, wheelchair or walker.
- Avoid using an extra seat for your luggage: leave the seat free for someone else.
- You can follow the entire route on the map that’s displayed on the Coastal Tram. The stop announcement tells you which stop is coming up.
- Do you want to get off at the next stop? Ring the bell well in advance and move towards the door as soon as the Coastal Tram approaches the stop.
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