JAN 14, 2021

The Ferrovial Services website has been rated ‘AA’ for accessibility by Fundación CTIC in accordance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This recognition is the result of Ferrovial Services’ commitment to enhancing the website user experience for people with disabilities and for all other users.

Ferrovial Services is committed to making its website accessible in accordance with internationally accepted standards, and this accessibility statement is applicable to all the sites that make up its web platform. Ferrovial Services will take the appropriate steps over time to ensure that its site continues to be accessible.

To make its website more accessible, Ferrovial Services undertook a complete re-design of the site and the font size, introduced colour contrasts, and offers alternative text descriptions for visual materials. Ferrovial Services recently upgraded its website to offer more comprehensive and up-to-date information. With an attractive modern and intuitive design, the site is responsive, enabling it to be viewed optimally on any device: mobile phones (iOS or Android), tablets or desktop computers.

About CTIC

Fundación CTIC — Centro Tecnológico de la Información y la Comunicación — is the Spanish office of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). It was incorporated in 2003 as a private cultural, social and educational not-for-profit foundation. It is registered as a technology center in the Register of Technology Centers and Centers for Supporting Technological Innovation under Ministry of Science and Innovation Resolution dated 23 November 2011, with No. 94, in accordance with Royal Decree 2093/2008, of 10 December, and it is part of the Network of Technology Centers of the Principality of Asturias.

About Ferrovial Services

With more than 60 thousand employees, Ferrovial Services contributes to sustainable development in the markets where it operates by designing efficient and comprehensive solutions and through a commitment to the circular economy. It has a stable presence in Spain, the UK, the US, Canada, Portugal, Chile and Qatar, and is an international leader in the delivery of services for infrastructure and cities.