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 “How to make inclusive mobility a reality: 8 principles and tools for a fair(er) transport system” 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.
The new publication (deriving from the project deliverable “Typology and description of underlying principles and generalisable lessons”) is based on a thorough analysis of the 51 INCLUSION case studies and sets forth eight principles of inclusive mobility, guiding the reader – via multiple entry points in the document – towards inclusive mobility solutions that could work best in each local context.
The reader will gain new perspectives on vulnerable users’ needs, the gaps in existing transport networks, and inspiration for the stakeholders on approaches that can fill the gaps. It also serves as a guide to the INCLUSION report, “Compilation of 51 case study profiles; overviews and in-depth investigations”, by linking to specific good practice case studies related to particular area types, vulnerable users, mobility gaps, and approach types.
Download the report here.