The evaluation framework will be developed guiding the project’s pilot assessment activities. The pilots will serve as testbeds and help to evaluate if the proposed tools in the INDIMO Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox can have the expected impact under various contexts.
The INDIMO Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox will be developed using a unique co-creation process consisting of five steps with the in-depth involvement of all relevant stakeholders including policymakers, users, software and hardware developers and operators. Therefore, the developed tools and guidelines will reflect the needs of these communities in the best possible way.
This deliverable describes how the pilots’ contexts and mobility solutions will be re-designed following the INDIMO Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox. It also prepares the work with the identification of the stakeholders that will contribute in the pilots’ project, their involvement, the challenges and expected benefits of the pilots’ target users.
The current report is the first deliverable of WP1. It describes the methodological framework of the data collection and analysis and the detailed work plan of WP1 tasks. WP1 will focus on information collection and analysis for defining the use requirements of the INDIMO Inclusive Digital Mobility Toolbox (WP2).
SMARTA 2 is a mobility project that designs, implements and evaluates shared mobility solutions interconnected with public transport in rural areas, continuing the legacy of its sister project, SMARTA.
The ambition of the TRIPS project is to take practical steps to address and prevent discrimination of all citizens, who are disabled by barriers and challenges in urban transport.
The project will dive into the digital transport eco-system to grasp the full range of factors that might lead to disparities in the uptake of digitalised mobility solutions by different user groups in Europe.