ACCESSIBILITY GUIDE

Accessibility for all our passengers is important at Central Tramway. We recognise that the tramway offers a vital service to both locals and visitors to Scarborough navigating the steep incline from the seafront to town.

  • We offer free travel for registered carers travelling with their caree, please show your carer's identification for eligibility.

  • There is level access both on and off the carriages at the top and bottom stations, making both carriages fully wheelchair accessible.

  • Entrance and exit from the carriages at the bottom station is via a slightly sloped incline directly off the public footpath.

  • Entrance and exit from the carriages at the top station is through a gated entrance, where payment is taken.

  • Once inside the carriages there is space between the bench seating for both wheelchairs and electric mobility scooters.

  • Electric mobility scooters should be switched off and the brake applied during the journey.

  • Attendants at both the top and bottom stations are able to assist visitors with sight or hearing loss or impairment.

  • A hearing loop is fitted at the top station pay booth and can be used by our visitors with a hearing aid with a T facility.

  • A range of mobility scooters and powerchairs are available to hire from Scarborough Mobility a short distance from the top station. Visit their website to learn more: https://www.scarboroughmobility.co.uk/

If you have particular needs or questions please contact the team at centraltramwaycompany@gmail.com ahead of of your visit to us, we are happy to answer your questions.

Thank you for choosing to travel with Central Tramway.

Black and white icon for induction loop.
Accessible icon for wheelchair users.