Løkkegaard MEP: Amended Accessibility Act should pass in Parliament

By |september 12th, 2017|EU Accessibility Act, European Accessibility Act, News|

The European Accessibility Act – a landmark piece of legislation for Europe's 80 million people with disabilities – goes to the European Parliament's for a plenary vote on Wednesday (15 September) after lengthy and sometimes heated debates.

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21st century public transport: People with disabilities face discrimination

By |junij 29th, 2017|disabled people, EDF, EU Accessibility Act, News, PRM, public transport, UITP|

The European Accessibility Act, the proposed law that would make products and services in the EU more accessible for persons with disabilities, is a unique opportunity for Europe, writes Catherine Naughton.

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Public transport bosses: EU Accessibility Act focuses too much on ticket machines

By |maj 19th, 2017|EU Accessibility Act, European Accessibility Act, London, News, Paris, Public transport accessibility, TransDev, Transport for London, Vienna, Wiener Linien|

With the passage of the EU Accessibility Act this month, EURACTIV.com spoke to the public transport bodies of London, Vienna and Paris to see what progressive solutions for disabled passengers are already underway – and what dangers may lurk in the proposed act.

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