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No Passenger Left Behind Series: Creating a Physical & Digital Barrier-Free Public Transport

5 May. 2022
Online, from 15h00 to 16h00 (CEST, Brussels time – UTC+2)
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The TRIPS project H2020 project has the objective to implement a new approach to the design of transport systems free of mobility barriers.

A new a co-design approach is proposed to allow those disabled by inaccessible environments to take the leading role in designing accessible and useable transport systems. By focusing on the experience and needs of persons with disabilities, the project aims to directly address a wide variety of barriers in current urban transport systems, including those linked to  age, gender, health, or language.

Building on the experience in the TRIPS project and current trends in the public transport sector as well as the policy environment around mobility in Europe, the TRIPS project consortium proposes three webinars to share insights and spark further discussions:

  • 5 May: For the user with the user: enabling accessibility in public transport
  • 10 May: The relevance of accessible transport post-Covid. Register for this webinar here
  • 23 June: Best practice and pilots for accessible transport solutions*

*A separate webpage and registration link will be available soon


The TRIPS series aim to address the topics of “how civil society can work together with public entities to improve their services, including its accessibility to end-users”.

This webinar also intends to support UITP members and the wider sector in understanding the different best practices that can be applied to improve their network accessibility and understand on how to implement a co-design methodology in public transport planning, design and investment.

This webinar will address the following questions:

  • Can the sector ensure full accessibility to all citizens?
  • What type of best practices can we highlight?
  • What are the main strategies in place to ensure a co-design for accessibility strategies?

Everyone is invited to join, attracting operators, authorities, industry and service providers.

This will be an online free webinar, accessible to everyone.


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