Polling stations accessible to wheelchairs and mobility scooters

Most of the polling stations in The Hague are accessible to people using a wheelchair or mobility scooter. And to people who have difficulty walking. These polling stations, for example, have a disabled parking space, an accessible toilet and a wheelchair-accessible bus or tram stop.

The symbols below indicate which facilities are available at a polling station. You can read where the facilities are located in the Verkiezingskrant (Election newspaper) and at www.stembureausindenhaag.nl.

stemmen met lichamelijke beperking Wheelchair accessible
These polling stations are accessible to voters using a wheelchair or mobility scooter.
stembureau met gehandicapten-<br>parkeerplaats Disabled parking space available
A disabled parking space is available at these polling stations. This makes it easier for you to come by car to the polling station.
stembureau met invalidetoilet Accessible toilet available
An accessible toilet is available at these polling stations.
stembureau met rolstoeltoegankelijk openbaar vervoer With wheelchair-accessible bus or tram stop
These polling stations are located within a distance of 200 metres of a bus or tram stop which is accessible to people using a wheelchair.
Belangrijke informatie:

Always plan your journey on 9292.nl. Please note: Tram 1, 6, 12 and 16 are not accessible to wheelchairs. Buses are in general accessible, but not to motorised wheelchairs. Only Bus 28 can accommodate motorised wheelchairs.

        Also see: Voting for people who are blind, visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing

        Published: 7 February 2022Modified: 7 February 2022