There are 120 designated hubs at strategic locations in Västra Götaland plus around 680 stops which have more than 100 passengers boarding every day. These 800 sites in the public transport system form a priority network that must be adapted for people with a disability. The selection of hubs and stops is made so as to ensure that there is at least one adapted strategic hub in each municipality and that the stops with the largest passenger numbers are adapted.
Funding has been set aside in the regional infrastructure plan until 2016 for the further adaptation of hubs and stops. Achieving the target by 2016 requires an adapation rate of around 75 hubs and stops, which is possible through good cooperation between the municipalities, Trafikverket and Västtrafik.
The accessibility work also involves the addition of real-time displays across the whole of the region. The target is to install around 1,300 displays, and at year-end 2014/15 the proportion of visual displays installed was 82%.