The European Accessibility Observatory collates, and visualises detailed user feedback in ways that can be actionable for planning, running and managing urban mobility. A city cannot be inclusive unless it feels inclusive. Complaints from the most vulnerable users are...
A New Approach to Designing Transport Systems Free of Mobility Barriers
“You only need empathy in design, if you have excluded the people you claim to have empathy for.”
– Liz Jackson, Founder of The Disabled List
The ambition of the TRIPS project is to make public transport more accessible for persons with disabilities, elderly voyagers and really everyone. We want to address barriers commonly faced by persons with and without disabilities in public transport and implement steps to avoid barriers of any sort in urban transport.
Endorse the Lecco Declaration for Accessible and Inclusive Public Transport
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Co-design in seven cities
The TRIPS project is dedicated to the creation of processes that are co-designed with/by/for persons with disabilities. This approach allows people, disabled by inaccessible environments, to take the leading role in designing accessible and usable transport systems. The project is executed by seven groups of persons with disabilities located in Bologna, Brussels, Cagliari, Sofia, Stockholm, Lisbon, and Zagreb.
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Next Stop: Inclusive Digital Mobility is a Conference that took place on December 7, in Brussels. The conference was co-organised by three EU funded sister projects: TRIPS (https://trips-project.eu/), INDIMO (https://www.indimoproject.eu/) and...
Date: 7 Dec 2022
The TRIPS project will be co-host of a conference on inclusive digital mobility taking place in Brussels on December 07, 2022. The conference is co-organised with two fellow projects, INDIMO and DIGNITY with whom we share the goal of improving the accessibility of...