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  1. News
    21 July 2017

    A new electric car has been designed for drivers with reduced mobility

    804 reads When it comes to motorised travel, people with reduced mobility often have very restricted options. Car manufacturers offer a very limited range of possibilities, and those become even fewer if a...

  2. News
    22 August 2017

    A new game highlights the difficulties wheelchairs users face when travelling

    2590 reads Whilst there has been progress in making public transport more accessible to people with disabilities, travelling as a wheelchair user still poses significant challenges. To raise awareness and...

  3. News
    02 December 2016

    A smart city means an inclusive city

    http://www.remourban.eu/News--Events/News/A-Smart-City-Means-An-Inclusive-City.k... ...

  4. News
    14 July 2015

    Access City Award 2016 open for applications

    2849 reads EU cities are invited to apply for the sixth edition of the Access City Award, which recognises cities for efforts in improving accessibility for the disabled and older people. The competition is...

  5. News
    13 April 2021

    Access City Award 2021

    39 reads The winner of the 2021 Access City Award is the city of Jönköping, in Sweden. Bremerhaven in Germany and Gdynia in Poland won second and third place, respectively. In addition, Poznán in Poland,...

  6. News
    15 June 2020

    Access City Award 2021 open for applications

    31 Aufrufe The European Commission have started accepting applications for the Access City Award 2021. The Access City Awards celebrate cities that are determined to improve accessibility to persons with...

  7. News
    09 December 2014

    Ankara to improve transport accessibility for people with reduced mobility (Turkey)

    2352 reads The Turkish capital, Ankara, is planning changes to legislation that will require transport providers to make their vehicles accessible for people with reduced mobility. According to the Turkish...

  8. News
    09 July 2015

    Ankara university develops assistive system for visually impaired travellers (Turkey)

    1551 reads A university in the Turkish capital, Ankara, has launched a project that will help visually impaired students use public transport and take a more active part in social and cultural life. The ...

  9. News
    22 November 2017

    Approved the new SUMP in Terrassa

    3213 reads The new Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) in Terrassa established the action plan for 2016-21. It incorporates a group of measures aimed at reducing the accident rate, noise pollution and...

  10. News
    12 October 2020

    Barcelona continues to facilitate public transport use by visually impaired people

    36 de afişări In an effort to be fully accessible to everyone, Spanish city Barcelona has implemented a new system on its bus network that helps people with visual impairments to improve their autonomy...