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Accessibility Statement

(Status of the declaration: 10.04.2024)

Information on the accessibility of these websites in accordance with Section 9b NBGG and on contact options in this regard.

This accessibility statement applies to

These websites are largely compatible with the requirements of the harmonised European standard EN 301 549 V2.1.2 (08-2018).


Content that is not accessible

The content listed below is not accessible for the following reasons:

Incompatibility with national legislation implementing /2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council

    It is currently not possible to navigate back to previous elements, such as the main navigation, when using the keyboard to access the timetable information on the start page (test step No keyboard trap).
    Videos with sound do not have the necessary subtitles.



The website is being adapted and optimised in line with EU Directive 2016/2102 on the implementation of accessible internet for public sector bodies. The identified deficits and shortcomings are currently in a continuous improvement process that is being successively worked through.


Creation of this declaration on accessibility

This declaration was created on 10.04.2024. The assessment is based on a self-assessment.


Feedback and contact details

You can use the following contact to report any deficiencies regarding compliance with accessibility requirements:

    Phone: +49511-16680
    E-mail: Arbitration centre


Arbitration procedure

If you are not satisfied with the answers you receive from the above contact option, you can submit an application to the arbitration centre set up by the State Commissioner for People with Disabilities in Lower Saxony to initiate arbitration proceedings in accordance with the Lower Saxony Disability Equality Act (NBGG).


The arbitration centre in accordance with § 9 d NBGG has the task of settling disputes between people with disabilities and public bodies in the state of Lower Saxony on the subject of accessibility in IT. The arbitration procedure is free of charge. No legal assistance is required.


You can contact the arbitration centre directly at

    Telephone: 0511/120-4010