Over the last three years, the EU-funded INCLUSION project addressed the challenges of accessibility to public transport in peripheral, peri-urban and rural areas. The experience gained from this three-year project has been condensed into three key publications.
The experience gained from this three-year project has now been condensed into three key publications, which will provide valuable guidance to local authorities, planners, and practitioners that strive to make mobility more inclusive, accessible and fair for all types of users.
How to make inclusive mobility a reality: 8 principles and tools for a fair(er) transport system
How can we alleviate the risk of transport poverty for the most vulnerable users in rural, peri-urban, low-income and urban areas across Europe and beyond?
This report aims to answer this question by providing recommendations and inspiration for transport practitioners working in the public and private sectors, as well as interested community stakeholders. Download it here.
Evaluation of Pilot Labs: findings and lessons learnt for transferability
The evaluation of Pilot Lab demonstration measures is reported in full in the publication titled "Evaluation of Pilot Labs: Findings and lessons learnt for transferability".
The most successful measures are those where extensive demand analysis or user requirements consultation was undertaken and where co-design formed a key element of the process. Download it here.
Business models for inclusive mobility: guidance for successful implementation
This publication presents the results of the INCLUSION activities aimed to identify the most promising Business Models and their potential for implementation in prioritised areas.
Starting from a number of business concepts and scenarios, 14 different Business Models have been identified for an inclusive mobility. Download it here.