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Accessibility report for the app Länstrafiken Örebro, iOS version 4.2.60 published on October 6, 2020, and Android version 4.2.35 published on January 22, 2021.

It describes the shortcomings of accessibility in our app and how we plan to fix them. You will also receive information on how you can contact us if you discover deficiencies in the app.

Read more about current app availability
  • What you can do if you can not use parts of the app

    If you need content from the app that is not available to you, but which is excluded from the scope of the law as described below, you can:

  • Supervision

    The authority for digital administration is responsible for supervising publishers on access to digital public services.

    If you are not satisfied with how we handle your views, you can contact the Digital Administration Authority and report it.

  • Technical information about the app's availability

    This app is partially compliant with the Digital Public Service Accessibility Act, due to the shortcomings described below.

    Content not available
    At this time, we are aware that we have not been able to meet all the accessibility criteria for the following parts:

    • Today, the app can only be used in vertical position.
    • Parts of the app are not fully functional with visual aids, such as screen readers or tools for zooming and enlarged text.
    • Some features of the app require complex finger movements, such as swipe.
  • Unreasonably burdensome adjustment

    We invoke exceptions for unreasonably onerous adaptation in accordance with section 12 of the Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services for the following content:

    • Timetables for our traffic
      You can always get the information you request regarding information about how our traffic is run by contacting us at lt.orebro@lanstrafiken.se or directly by phone to our Customer Service 0771-55 30 00
  • Content not covered by the law

    The content described here is not fully accessible, but is exempted according to section 9 of the Act on Accessibility to Digital Public Services.

    • Map functions
      The app's map functions are not used for navigation, and corresponding information contained in the map can also be found in other formats in other parts of the app.
  • How we have tested the app

    The app has been tested through a self-assessment made by Infospread Euro AB. The app has been reviewed based on the international guidelines for accessibility, WCAG 2.1 level AA.

    The review has taken place through a combination of manual evaluation and automatic evaluation using various tools to measure availability.

    The last assessment was made on June 2, 2021.