In the article, the phrase "barrier-free" is used a few times. The first couple of times I thought it meant no walls, but then I read this: "Barrier-free overnight travel will also be possible with the new Nightjets. Every Nightjet will include a multifunctional car with a low-floor entrance, a barrier-free couchette compartment, and a barrier-free toilet." I know I wouldn't be too excited about a wall-free toilet, so I'm hoping that "barrier-free" means something else. So what might it mean, no steps?Nightjet pods are getting ready to be deployed. It will be interesting how well or not they are received by the traveling public.
Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) is investing in the new generation of Nightjet trains, which will offer passengers an even more comfortable nightime t ...press.siemens.com