Creating inclusive spaces in cities along with transport options that provide commuters—including women, children, and people with special needs—accessible and affordable mobility.
Mobility needs to be universally accessible and affordable to be efficient.
Accessible transportation is a crucial component of any effort to increase social inclusion, economic development, and environmental sustainability in urban areas. Making our cities more inclusive is a known factor in strengthening economies by increasing access to places of work, shopping, and trade. More people using public transportation also means reduced carbon emissions and less air pollution. Inclusive planning also reinforces social inclusion, making it a fix to so many of our mobility challenges.