- Holders of a severely handicapped pass with supplementary sheet and valid token or an imprinted authorization ride free of charge
- The transport of severely disabled persons is governed by the Social Security Code, as amended.
- One person also travels free with the holder where this is noted in the pass
Onward travel ticket
Holder may be accompanied by other persons
No, except for person authorised to travel with the holder
Use for First Class travel
Yes, when severe disability pass covers First Class travel; otherwise with a supplement
Dial-a-ride taxi service (AST), express bus, etc.
Yes, in some cases with a supplement (1 supplement per journey)
Use of IC/EC service
- Where a person is required to accompany the passenger during the journey, the letter “B” will be entered on the severe disability pass allowing them to travel free of charge, even if the passenger with a severe disability is not entitled to free travel.
- Severely disabled persons' cards are only valid in the original
Severely disabled persons over the age of 14 who are visibly struggling when it comes to handling their disability card, may present copies or laminated copies of their disability card during inspection. Children up to and over the age of 14 can present a copy, also possibly laminated, during inspection.
Places of issue
Severely handicapped passes and free travel entitlements are only issued by the respective benefits office.