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Comfortable and attractive vehicles, inclusive signage, state-of-the-art stations: good design is necessary to achieve great things in public transport and ensure the efficient functioning of the whole urban mobility system. Design and culture go far beyond aesthetics: they are an integral part of any public transport project and are fundamental to enhance customer experience and influence the cultural fabric of a city. It is where creative professionals meet engineers and economists and together craft solutions that make urban mobility safer, more sustainable and accessible, or just simply more miraculous.
UITP has a long history of providing a platform to exchange and develop knowledge on design and culture to craft users-centric solutions for spaces, services or components. We gather disciplines including product and transportation design, arts and architecture, wayfinding, information and interface design, landscape and urban planning. A select group of our members gather as part of a Committee to work and develop knowledge on this topic.