Moovit believes it’s of the utmost importance to make its service accessible to everyone. Adaptations have been made to the website, in accordance with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018, and W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, level AA.
The accessibility adjustments include:
Adjustments for Keyboard Users:
All functionality of the website content is operable through a keyboard interface as follows: tapping the Tab key moves you to the next link, and tapping the Enter opens the link. Tapping Shift-Tab takes you to the previous link.
In search fields with auto-complete, tapping Tab on the search field takes you to the top of the auto-complete list. Tap the up/down keys to move through the options, and Enter to select the option in front of you.
Skipping to different areas on the page and the website
This will help keyboard users and visually impaired people. At the top of each page there’s a link marked “Skip to the main content”, and tapping enter on it will take you directly to the page’s main content.
Adjustments for visually impaired users
Prevention of flashes and animation
The website uses animation to show real-time arrivals. Users who would like to disable the flashes can change the OS settings:
Adjustments for users with screen readers
The website is fully accessible to screen readers, as it includes
About the Accessibility Statement
This statement was written on 18th June 2020, after the website was tested on Chrome browsers (web and phone), Firefox (web) and Safari (iPhone). All new pages are regularly tested as well.
Contact us about Accessibility
Moovit is regularly working to improve the website’s accessibility, so if you have any comments or questions, feel free to contact us at https://moovit.com/contact-us/. Please add a link to the page you’re referring to, and your contact details