The INDIMO Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox contains tools helping developers, policy makers and service operators to develop and implement accessible and inclusive mobility solutions.
The INDIMO project is a three-year EU-funded Horizon 2020 project that aims to extend the benefits of digitally interconnected transport systems to people that currently face barriers in using or accessing such solutions. Through the co-design of the INDIMO Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox, the project enables developers, policy makers and service operators to always include the user perspective when dealing with digital mobility solutions.
The five pilot projects are cities or regions differing in size, spatial layout, and available transport services. Each pilot brings its own specific set of socio-cultural characteristics, and therefore differing needs of inhabitants.
Explore our pilots:
- Emilia-RomagnaRead More
Introducing digital technology to enable e-commerce in rural areas (smart boxes)
- AntwerpRead More
Inclusive smart traffic light
- GalileeRead More
Informal ridesharing in ethnic towns
- MadridRead More
Cycle logistics platform for deliveries
- BerlinRead More
On-demand ridesharing integrated into multimodal route planning
by Michelle Specktor, researcher at Technion | Israel Institute of Technology and Floridea Di Ciommo, codirector at cambiaMO | changing MObility Women…
by Sandra Lima – European Passengers’ Federation and Thais Lamoza – door2door INDIMO’s Berlin pilot, led by door2door, works to create a world…
by Samyajit Basu, Senior researcher at MOBI-VUB research centre, Vrije Universiteit Brussel On 6th October 2020, the INDIMO project organised its first…