Join the final conference on 7 December 2022, 09.30 to 18.30 CET in Brussels, Belgium of three Horizion 2020 inclusive mobility projects to find out how digitalization in transport is shaping new mobility patterns and transport options, and how the digital revolution, sustainable transport and vulnerable travellers were connected.
Urban mobility has to change substantively, to become cleaner and more resilient. For this change to be socially and politically viable, there needs to be a just transition and urban mobility must be more affordable, safe, and inclusive. To achieve this, the focus needs to be on user needs - what passengers want, need and where the gaps are in the current mobility offerings; co-design is key. So how can this be achieved?
Three H2020-funded projects analyse and explore how modern mobility systems can cater for all user needs: TRIPS, INDIMO and DIGNITY. These projects represent the most recent research aimed at making the transport system more equitable and inclusive by focusing on the users' perspective. TRIPS addresses the specific needs and barriers encountered by travellers with disabilities; INDIMO and DIGNITY consider diverse vulnerable groups, such as older people, ethnic minorities and the economically vulnerable. All three projects consider the co-design of products and services and the co-creation of inclusive policies.
View the draft agenda here:INDIMO_Dignity_TRIPS_Joint_Final-Event_Agenda.pdf (dignity-project.eu)
You can register here. The event is FREE but places are limited! Registration closes on 23 November 2022.