If you are experiencing difficulties consulting a page, a form or a document, contact us (website of the ministère des Transports, de la Mobilité durable et de l’Électrification des transports) without delay by telephone, by post or online (using our form).
Government standards (SGQRI 008)
The ministère des Transports, de la Mobilité durable et de l’Électrification des transports undertakes to ensure accessibility of this website to anyone with disabilities or physical limitations. Most of the requirements of the SGQRI 008-01 government standard on web accessibility (French Only) are met. The few remaining obstacles cannot be corrected before the website is redesigned, which is scheduled for 2014. For the time being, the Ministère therefore applies the transition measures for existing public websites (section 25).
The website could however contain accessibility barriers with regard to:
Here are a few example of content that may not be accessible:
In addition, the Ministère cannot guarantee accessibility to certain content provided by third parties that are not subject to SGQRI 008.
Site and Accessibility Validation
Compliance of website elements is checked using the following tools:
Other ways to increase or decrease text size
If you are using Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome and you have a mouse with a scrolling wheel, you only have to press the CTRL key, hold it down and scroll.
You can also press the CTRL key at the same time as the + or – key to increase or decrease the text size. Use the Ctrl + 0 combination to go back to the default text size of the browser.
Browser Menu Bar
Follow the instructions that correspond to the browser you are using. You can also consult the Help tool of your browser.
What is Web Accessibility?
As a rule, web accessibility means making web content and services accessible to everyone, regardless of the hardware, software or network infrastructures used and regardless of the person’s mother tongue, culture, place of residence, colour or physical and mental abilities.
According to the SGQRI 008, it is the capacity of web content to be consulted by any individual, with or without disabilities, with or without adaptive technology, irrespective of the selected user agent or any constraints related to the operating environment. This definition applies to web pages, downloadable documents, image or sound files and vector animations. A website is designed to be accessible so that, for example, a person with disabilities (no matter what these are or the measures taken to make up for them) can not only perceive and understand the content of the website, but also browse and interact efficiently.