Have you ever wondered how disabled people get their way around in public transports? We have decrypted for you all the existing solutions.
With 1,330,200 riders per day, including 30 to 40% who have disabilities or restricted mobility, the MBTA has long been committed to improving the accessibility of public transit in the Greater Boston.
Twelve American cities are operated with a subway. These railway transit systems, elevated and underground, represent a vast labyrinth that enables thousands of people to move around every day without using the often congested streets that we all know too well.
Adopting a Design Approach to Put People at the Heart of New Mobility Services – Interview with Marie-Charlotte Moret
Service designers analyze actual practices to bring out new solutions that improve everyday life, with services that are useful, usable and “desirable”. This is why this approach is central to create new mobilities in the urban environment of the 21st century. Explanation!
How Do Business Schools Welcome and Include Students with Disabilities? | The Example of HEC ParisBeing ranked as one of the best business schools in the world, HEC Paris in France is committed to highlighting the diversity of its students, including students with...
A World Tour of Best Practices for a Subway Truly Accessible to All | Summary of a French StudyProviding a safe and accessible service for all passengers is a major issue for all transit agencies throughout the world. That’s why, when we discovered the brilliant study...
Creating an Accessible and Barrier-Free Society through Inclusive Design: a Constant Renewal Inclusive design has a major role in enhancing accessibility. Though both concepts don’t exactly encompass the same ideas, they are undeniably linked together because of...
Public Transport Information Accessibility: 5 Solutions for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users "Due to an accident on the track, the metro will be stopped for a few moments, thank you for your understanding", "Line 21 is diverted due to road work, exceptionally the...
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