“The bus system called Orbus services most of Dunedin (including Mosgiel and Palmerston) and Queenstown (including Arrowtown).”
"The only animals allowed on the bus are service dogs, including guide and hearing dogs, and puppies in training.
Your dog should please be clearly marked as a service dog, should be on a lead and sit on the floor."General accessibility features:
- Service animal welcome
"All buses in the fleet are low-floor and pram and wheelchair-accessible with additional space for wheelchairs and prams/pushchairs.
During extreme circumstances, older buses will need to be called in and these may not have low floor features, however this is rare.
Our buses have the ability to kneel close to the kerb to make it easy for wheelchair users to board, however kerbs around Dunedin and Queenstown vary in height.
Because accessibility can differ from stop to stop, the driver may set up a wheelchair ramp to help you board. Please be patient as the driver looks to find a solution to assist you to board the bus.
If you have a motorised wheelchair, please note that size can also be a factor for access on the bus. There is a maximum weight limit of 300 kg and a maximum width of 700 mm wide."Other accessibility information: