The present work deals with the study of the access of people with disabilities to public transport in the city of Bogotá from an eminently legal perspective, answering the research question of whether it is legally guaranteed (in 2019) in Bogotá, access to mass transit public service for people with physical disabilities. Consequently, its general objective is to determine how the access of people with physical disabilities to public transport in Bogotá is legally protected. It uses a legal-dogmatic methodology to carry out a systematization and analysis of the rules related to the subject of study. The work shows how, from a legal point of view, in Bogota, access to mass transit for people with physical disabilities is guaranteed, performing an analysis over three types of normative levels: Rules (Instruments) of the International human rights law, local norms (Constitution, laws, infralegislative norms of the national order and district norms) and jurisprudence, elaborated by the Council of State and the Constitutional Court. After analyzing the normativity, in the conclusions the research question will be answered in an affirmative manner.