Mobilising Mobility: How to make mobility work for all - embracing inclusiveness
The empowerment of vulnerable people and communities to play a central role in the design of mobility products, services, and strategies, is an essential element for the creation of transport systems that can really work for all.
In this webinar, three EU-funded projects, INDIMO, TRIPS, and DIGNITY, illustrated complementarities and differences in their approaches, based on the direct involvement of vulnerable transport users and on their cooperation with relevant stakeholders (policy makers, transport authorities, software developers and others) for the design of inclusive and accessible mobility solutions.
The webinar was moderated by Ivo Cré.
Featured speakers were:
- Imre Keseru (INDIMO Project Coordinator)
- Tally Hatzakis and Laura Alčiauskaitė (TRIPS Project partners)
- Silvia Gaggi (DIGNITY Project Coordinator)
Find the recording here
The INDIMO project aims to extend the benefits of digitally interconnected transport systems to people that currently face barriers to using such systems. To achieve this, INDIMO will co-create the Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox for policy-makers, developers and operators of digital mobility solutions. This will be done through the involvement of a wider community of stakeholders, the INDIMO Co-creation Community.
About TRIPS and DIGNITY
TRIPS (TRansport Innovation for vulnerable-to-exclusion People needs Satisfaction) aims at designing practical steps to empower people with disabilities to play a central role in the design of inclusive digital mobility solutions.
DIGNITY (DIGital traNsport In and for socieTY) fosters a sustainable, integrated and user-friendly digital travel eco-system, by involving stakeholders at different level of governance, new market players and civil society. Its objective is improving accessibility and social inclusion, along with the travel experience and daily life of all citizens.