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Padang is one of the cities that upholds the rights of persons who have disabilities. With the existence of regional regulation number 3 of 2015. The performance of the Padang Regional Regulation No. 3 of 2015 concerning the Fulfillment and Protection of the Rights of Persons who have Disabilities has not been fully implemented. Judging from the accessibility of the Trans Padang public transportation sector, there are still many bus station buildings that do not yet support disabled passengers to carry out their activities independently. PT. Padang Sejahtera Mandiri as the BUMD that operates Trans Padang needs to evaluate the accessibility in corridor 1. From the survey results, it was found that many bus station buildings do not provide facilities for people with disabilities. The purpose of this study was to evaluate accessibility at the Trans Padang bus stop in order to optimize the application of local regulations regarding persons with disabilities. The author uses a descriptive qualitative research method. The study was conducted by surveying the Trans Padang bus station along Corridor I and then comparing the existing condition of the survey results with existing standards. Based on the analysis, it was found that many bus stations did not meet the requirements. The only facilities available are guiding blocks and ramps. For guiding blocks, there are only 12 bus station buildings. As for the slope of the appropriate ramp, there are only 5 bus station buildings.