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Marinéo Handi is the Transport Service for People with Reduced Mobility

Marinéo Handi is the Transport Service for People with Reduced Mobility (TSPRM). The TSPRM service is an additional Marinéo service for people who cannot use the network. This service is reserved for residents of the 22 municipalities of the Boulogne urban area. Holders of the Mobility Inclusion Card (Carte Mobilité Inclusion CMI) "Invalidity" card are not subject to this requirement.

The service provides 2 return tickets per week.

Medical or paramedical journeys are not priority.

The following situations open rights to the service:

  • Holders of an 80% (or over) invalidity cards
  • Holders of Mobility Inclusion Cards (Carte Mobilité Inclusion CMI) "Invalidity"
  • People in wheelchairs
  • Blind people
  • Beneficiaries of Transport Disability Compensation Benefits (PCH transport)

How to request access to the Marinéo Handi Service?

An application must be submitted to the accessibility commission for validation.

The application must include the following documents:

  • Complete application file – click here to download
  • Photocopy of the invalidity card
  • Medical certificate in a sealed envelope addressed to the Doctor in charge of the Commission.

The entire dossier is to be sent by mail to the following address:

Boutique Marinéo – Service TPMR, Centre Commercial Liane, Boulevard Daunou, 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer

Applications are examined by the Commission that meets every three months.

How does it work?

Reserve by calling

Monday to Thursday between 9 am and 12 and 2 and 5 pm.

On Friday between 9 am and 12 and between 2 and 4 pm (except bank holidays).


Opening times:

Monday to Saturday 8.45 am to 7 pm without interruption (except bank holidays)


Download the regulations of the TSPRM service here.


The accessibility of the Marinéo network

The Communauté d'agglomération du Boulonnais invests every year in order to make the public transport service accessible to all passengers.

Key data

  • 409 urban stops, 77% are accessible for people with reduced mobility.
  • 85% of buses are equipped with wheelchair user ramps.
  • 100% of buses are equipped with an audio announcement system to indicate stops
  • Our commitment is to make 100% of the fleet accessible for people with reduced mobility by 2023.
  • On Sundays and bank holidays the entire network is serviced by vehicles specially equipped for people with reduced mobility.


Accessible bus terminals:

  • 19 platforms accessible for people with reduced mobility
  • 11 traveller info-points give audio announcements

Operating instructions

  • On

  • By telephone 03 21 83 51 51 (option 1)

  • Marinéo Boutique, Liane shopping centre, Boulevard Daunou, 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer

  • On timetable sheets available online
  • On timetables at bus stops
  • On the Marinéo mobile app

Click here to find all the information about the Handibus Pass.


NEW MAY 2021 - If you want unlimited travel on the Marinéo bus network and need support, ask for your ANNUAL HANDIBUS TRAVEL GUIDE PASS and travel with the support of the person of your choice.


Click here for all information and modalities.

By calling specific telephone number Marinéo teams will be able to organise a specially equipped bus for people with reduced mobility.

INFO ACCESSIBILITY: 06 13 94 01 09 (Mondays to Sundays between 6 am to 8 pm).