Unlocking inclusive shared mobility: Join SMALL's new roundtable in Amsterdam

Exciting news! The Shared Mobility for All (SMALL) project's second iteration of their roundtable series is set for 22 May 2024 in Amsterdam. They are looking for participants to share insights on key considerations for establishing an inclusive shared mobility pilot. Find out more below!

Here is an exciting update! The SMALL project is thrilled to finally announce the second iteration of their roundtable series, which will be held on 22 May 2024 in one of their pilot cities, POLIS member Amsterdam. This upcoming roundtable will focus on providing support to the SMALL pilot cities in their process of setting up an inclusive shared mobility pilot, by understanding what key considerations and critical aspects need to be addressed to do so.

SMALL needs you – join the discussion!

Through this event, SMALL aims to have a fruitful discussion on a wide range of topics, from organisational, infrastructure, and regulations aspects to business, financial, and operational ones. Finally, they will conclude by reflecting on one of the guiding questions of the project: how do we keep people with reduced mobility top of mind when setting up our pilots, as well as in the aftermath?

For this purpose, they are looking for participants to join in and share their insights for the collective discussion. Here are some of the profiles they are currently looking for:

  • Regional/local public transport authorities, particularly with expertise in establishing regulatory frameworks to streamline inclusive shared mobility operations;
  • Shared mobility operators with experience in making their services inclusive, from accessible and inclusive digital mobility services to the implementation of adapted vehicles and other support instruments;
  • Solution providers, i.e., designers/UX developers who have experience in designing adapted vehicles/accessible digital solutions;
  • User experts and end-user organizations from our target groups, namely people with physical impairments, elderly people, and families and children.


Do you meet any of these profiles? Then do not hesitate to contact both Esen Köse ( and Daniel Herrera  ( by 15 March 2024.

Please note: Spots are limited. However, there is an available budget to cover travel and accommodation costs.

What is on the agenda

Check out the full draft agenda for the day below:

  • 10:00 – 10:30: Coffee and networking
  • 10:30 – 11:00: Introduction and welcome by City of Amsterdam
  • 11:00 – 12:20: Session 1 - How to set up your inclusive shared mobility pilot?
  • 12:30 – 13:30: Lunch break
  • 13:30 – 14:30: Session 2 - How can cities, operators, and designers collaborate to create sustainable, accessible, and financially viable shared mobility solutions for people with reduced mobility in the long run?
  • 14:45 – 16:15: Session 3 - Deep-dive session per pilot topic (multimodality, digital solutions, voluntary schemes)
  • 16:15 – 16:30: Conclusion and recap


Hope to see you there!


The SMALL project strives to make shared mobility accessible to children, families, elderly people, and physically impaired people - part of a wider group classified as people with reduced mobility. Lasting a total of 48 months, it counts on highly committed and innovative partners among them cities and regions, universities, transport operators, shared mobility service providers, network organisations, etc.

Find out more on their website and the SMALL platform.