Mobility for all. Bridge the gap between vulnerable groups in society and digitalised mobility solutions in Europe.

In the project we analyse the digital transition in mobility from both a user and provider’s perspective. We distinguish three groups; users, mobility services and providers and government. Together we will design, test and validate the DIGNITY approach, a novel concept that seeks to become the ‘ABCs for a digital inclusive travel system’. We use inclusive design methodologies to co-create mobility solutions with their users and we will demonstrate the approach in four pilot regions in Europe. In this project we collaborate with municipalities, universities and industry (transport operators, mobility providers) from six European countries.

What is the timeline of this project?

January 2020 – December 2022


Who are our main collaborating partners?

ISINNOVA (Italy), Mobiel 21 (Belgium), Universitat Politechnica de Catalunya Spain), IZT (Germany), University of Cambridge (UK), Factual consulting (Spain), Barcelona Regional Agencia (Spain), City of Tilburg (Netherlands), Nextbike (Germany), City of Ancona (Italy), MyCicero (Italy), Conerobus (Italy), Vlaams Gewest (Belgium)


Who is our main funding partner?

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 875542.

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