Over the last six months, all the INCLUSION Pilot Labs, coordinated by MemEx, have been implementing the measures identified and planned during the first period of 2019. Different vulnerable user groups, including the elderly, mobility-impaired, people with a migrant background, teens, and low-income individuals have been benefitting from a range of different measures and solutions.
In the Flanders Region, a MobiTwin App and Olympus Mobility App have been tested. In the Italian Pilot Lab, a demonstration version of a new App, including rail timetables and a crowdsourcing tool has been tested with migrants. In the Summer of 2019, new on-demand bus stops and routes to attend the Canet Rock Festival in Barcelona have been developed, using the data gained through social media analysis. In Rhein-Sieg, a new map that highlighted different mobility options such as: bus lines; cycleways; ‘forgotten paths’; and bike racks, was developed, printed and distributed to all households in the Pilot Lab area. An e-bike hiring service is now available in the Cairngorms, Scotland. The Jarokelo web platform in Budapest Pilot Lab for gathering users’ feedback was successfully launched on 29 October 2019.
Data and information have been collected throughout the implementation period, in order to conduct an in-depth evaluation and assessment of the measures implemented over the upcoming months.