One of INCLUSION's Pilot Labs is making steps forward accessibility for families.
Hennef Im Siegbogen is a newly-built district of the municipality of Hennef with 567 residential units that is characterised by a high proportion of families with children. It benefits from the spillover effects of the cities of Cologne and Bonn, with many families coming from the cities finding...
Have a look at the freshly published catalogue of 51 case studies on innovative transport solutions for vulnerable users improving accessibility, inclusive mobility and equality in prioritised areas.
In early May 2019, the INCLUSION project released the final compilation of 51 case study profiles on innovative collective mobility services that serve the needs of vulnerable user groups in a variety of spatial settings. Each case addresses a particular combination of measure type(s) and vulnerable...
INCLUSION participated in the 2019 European Conference on Sustainable Mobility Plans (SUMPs) which took place on 17-18 June in Groningen, the Netherlands, with multiple activities including a successful mid-term dissemination event.
The event, titled “Making transport more accessible and inclusive for all: new approaches and solutions”, took place on 18 June, immediately after the SUMPs closing plenary.
The purpose of the event was to present the project’s main achievements in the first year and a half to a larger public,...
INCLUSION will be at the 6th European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans in Groningen (The Netherlands). The INCLUSION presence includes:
- a project stand
- a project presentation in the session A3, ‘Making cities more inclusive and accessible for all’, on Monday 17 June 2019,...