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New publication! Inspiration and guidance on developing inclusive mobility solutions

How can we alleviate the risk of transport poverty for the most vulnerable users in rural, peri-urban, low-income and urban areas across Europe and beyond?


The INCLUSION report, “Typology and description of underlying principles and generalisable lessons”, aims to answer this question by providing recommendations and inspiration for transport practitioners working in the public and private sectors, as well as interested community stakeholders.

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New publication! Inspiration and guidance on developing inclusive mobility solutions

How can we alleviate the risk of transport poverty for the most vulnerable users in rural, peri-urban, low-income and urban areas across Europe and beyond?


The INCLUSION report, “Typology and description of underlying principles and generalisable lessons”, aims to answer this question by providing recommendations and inspiration for transport practitioners working in the public and private sectors, as well as interested community stakeholders.

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What has the project achieved so far?

INCLUSION aims to understand, assess and evaluate the accessibility and inclusiveness of transport solutions in rural, remote and deprived areas especially for vulnerable users, and to propose and experiment with a range of innovative and transferable solutions.


The project has recently entered the third and final year of activities and is now focusing on collecting and processing the results from the innovative transport measures designed and implemented in the six pilot sites in BelgiumGermanyHungaryItalySpain and the U.K. A key aspect of the work...

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Sensitisation training of public transport employees in Budapest Pilot Lab


The direct goal of the Budapest's pilot is to provide overall knowledge to public transport employees who are in daily direct contact with clients. In particular, they had learnt about the transport-related needs of people with reduced mobility.

For this reason, sixty employees working within...

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