Facilities for the Disabled
Wide Gate (Barrier-free Gate)
A special gate for wheelchair users is available in the station near the entrance/exit of the barrier-free elevator that is close to the unpaid zone.
Wheelchair Accessible Add Value/Ticket Vending Machine
There is a dedicated add value/ ticket vending machine for wheelchair users in the station near the entrance of the barrier-free elevator that is close to the unpaid zone.
In order to take into account the safety and accessibility of visually and/or physically impaired, aged or others with temporary reduced mobility such as lifting heavy objects, travel with baby strollers… etc., barrier-free elevators are provided at all stations.
Toilet Facilities for the Disabled
Barrier-free toilets and barrier-free sinks are available for both male and female.
Furthered with the current barrier-free road facilities to serve as a continuation point for wheelchair users to enter and exit the Metro stations.
Parking Spaces for the Disabled
For those who needs to transit, the Metro station provides barrier-free vehicle or motorcycle parking spaces for those with reduced mobility.
Platform Waiting Areas for the Disabled
1. Barrier-free stickers are place on the gate nearest to the barrier-free elevator, and path guidance to the waiting area leading to train door are provided for the visually impaired.
2. For stations with platform gates, there are barrier-free stickers placed on; counting from train traveling direction, the second car of the first and fourth platform gate. The stations without the platform gates have the barriers-free signs on the floor of the waiting area allowing easy identification to note the wheelchair friendly car for wheelchair users.
A warning tone is sounded before the platform gate closes to avoid people with reduced mobility from getting hurt by the doors.