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  1. News
    11 February 2019

    New digital platform for UK rail passengers with reduced mobility a success

    890 reads In November 2018, a new service for rail passengers with accessibility needs was successfully tested in the UK. The TOC (Train Operating Companies) Ability platform was developed in a research and...

  2. News
    08 July 2019

    Portsmouth launches app to help wheelchair-users travel

    388 reads Portsmouth City Council in the UK has launched a new app designed to improve the travel conditions for persons with reduced mobility in the city.  The app, called Route4U, is aimed at wheelchair...

  3. News
    07 July 2020

    Europe's Accessibility Act: a step in the right direction

    40 reads The European Union’s Accessibility Act aims to improve life for the ~120 million Europeans living with some form of disability. The Act brings focus to infrastructure, product and service...

  4. News
    06 April 2021

    Better accessibility to public infrastructure for disabled people in Iași

    32 leituras The Romanian city Iași teams up with a APTA Iași, a local NGO promoting alternative transport, to improve access conditions for people with reduced mobility. The focus is placed on sidewalks and...

  5. News
    29 July 2021

    New app maps accessibility of urban public spaces in Ukraine

    A mobile and desktop application by Dostupno.UA provides accessibility information for public locations in Ukraine. It covers the differing needs of a range of groups with specific accessibility requirements...

  6. News
    15 March 2021

    Brussels exempts drivers with reduced mobility in Low Emission Zone

    36 reads People in the Belgian capital Brussels with reduced mobility are now able to apply for an exemption that will grant them access to the city's Low Emission Zone (LEZ), should their vehicle not...

  7. 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,...

  8. News
    15 April 2021

    Key outputs from the Smart Rural Transport Areas (SMARTA) project now available

    375 Aufrufe The Smart Rural Transport Areas (SMARTA) project has concluded, and the key outputs of the project are now available. The SMARTA project ran for 2 years – commencing in 2018 – and has focused on...

  9. News
    13 July 2021

    UK aims to set accessibility standards for electric vehicle charging

    letto 28 volte The UK’s Department for Transport (DfT) announced on 30 June 2021 a partnership with Motability – a national disability charity – to assess and introduce accessibility standards for electric...

  10. News
    13 December 2018

    SAVE THE DATE: 6th European Conference on SUMPs, 17-18 June 2019

    3847 reads Planning for Sustainable and Active Cities: 17-18 June 2019, Groningen, The Netherlands The 6th edition of the European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans will be held on Monday 17...