New transport systems such as micro-transit, motorbike taxis, e-scooters, bike sharing, cycle Lanes, cable cars and mobility hubs are becoming increasingly popular.
According to experts, these solutions may solve many of today’s transport issues in cities, but are they truly accessible for everyone?
How can we design them so that transport provides equal opportunities for all people to travel independently in the future?
A disability-centric, end-user approach to improving transport accessibility for all calls for an in-depth understanding of user requirements.
We, therefore, launched the TRIPS Mobility Survey to better understand user needs, attitudes and perspectives towards future mobility solutions and their ideas on how to redesign them in accessible ways.
Our survey was translated in 15 languages and has attracted more than 500 responses across 18 countries so far. It will remain open until the end of project.
Our ambition is to collect a considerable number of views to make accessibility a prime innovation priority for European investment in transport and a core component of transport policy changes.
If you face mobility issues and you want to contribute your views access the survey here: https://ts.dlr.de/survey/trips/
If you want to help us by disseminating to our survey to users and you need our support contact firstname.lastname@example.org