Declaration of accessibility

Declaration of accessibility, project DigITAll (LSBG)

This declaration of accessibility applies to the websites of the Agency of Roads, Bridges and Waters (LSBG) published under

As a public sector entity as defined by Directive (EU) 2016/2102, we strive to make our websites and mobile applications accessible pursuant to the provisions of the Hamburg Equality for Persons with Disabilities Act (HmbBGG in the following) and with the Hamburg Ordinance on Barrier-Free Information Technology (HmbBITVO in the following) for the implementation of Directive (EU) 2016/2102.

Status of compatibility with the requirements

The requirements for accessibility result from Paragraph 1 HmbBITVO in connection with Paragraphs 3 Sections 1 to 4 and Paragraph 4 of the Federal Ordinance on Barrier-Free Information Technology (BITV), which was decreed on the basis of Paragraph 11 HmbBGG.

Checking for observance of the requirements is based on a self-evaluation conducted on 7 October 2021.

On the basis of the inspection, the website is partially compatible with the previously named applicants due to the following discrepancies.

Non-accessible content

The content listed in the following are not accessible for the following reasons.
In particular, the following criteria for success are currently not fulfilled in accordance with EN standard 301549:

  • Non-text content (
  • Audio description or media alternative (pre-recorded) (
  • Info and relationships (
  • Keyboard (
  • Pause, stop, hide (
  • Focus order (
  • Focus visible (
  • Labels or instructions (
  • Syntax analysis (
  • Name, role, value (

This website is continuously being further developed. With each adjustment, we also examine which further measures might be conducted to achieve complete accessibility.

Date of creation or last update of the declaration of accessibility

This declaration was created on 7 October 2021 and most recently checked on 7 October 2021.

Report barriers: contact with the feedback contact persons

Would you like to inform us about existing barriers or request information on the realisation of accessibility? Please contact our responsible contact person at with your feedback and to receive any further information.

Arbitration process

When a satisfactory solution is also not found following your feedback provided to the contact named above, you can turn to the arbitration board pursuant to Paragraph 13 a HmbBGG. The arbitration board has the task of assisting in achieving alternative dispute resolution with regard to conflicts involving the theme of accessibility between people with disabilities and public sector entities. The arbitration process is free. No legal counsel is required.

The Senate’s arbitration authority is currently assuming responsibility for the tasks of the still to be established arbitration board.

Contact options:

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Tel: (040) 428 23 2057
Mon.: 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.