Virtual Reality (VR) can be used to simulate training scenarios that may be too dangerous or too expensive to be recreated in real life. Currently, people with intellectual disability (ID) train complex everyday situations in the real world under the strict supervision of one (or more) accompanying person until they become autonomous. However, these real-life simulations present risks, can be complicated to set up, and mobilizing the involved people requires time and money. This paper presents a VR simulator conceived with the help of social educators and intended for teenagers and young adults with a light or moderate ID. The simulation enables the users to train different conditions in the scenario of a public transport bus in an urban area.