Videos of workshop are online

On International Day of Persons with Disabilities 3 December we advocate for more initiatives to implement Universal Design / Access for All in urban mobility systems. Scroll down to see videos of our speakers at Accessible Hubs 2018 online. The series presents a timely collection of good practise examples, societal drivers, and new directions to research and to co create usable and accessible mobility hubs.

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Watch videos of our speakers at Accessible Hubs 2018

Welcome to TU Darmstadt’s Department of Architecture

Anett-Maud Joppien

Bio

Welcome to Accessible Hubs 2018

Martin Knöll

Bio

Urban Regeneration through Mobility Enhancement

Marten Wassmann

Abstract & bio

Mobility hubs as a design brief for architects and urban designers

Stefanie Bremer

Abstract & bio

Mobility design for accessibility: A review from a spatial and social sciences perspective [audio only]

Martin Lanzendorf / Andreas Blitz

Abstract & bio

Access by design_from Universal Design to specific solutions

Peter Eckart / Julian Schwarze

Abstract & bio

Moving Experience: Urban Mobility Hubs On The Way to Wellbeing

Hansel Bauman

Abstract & bio

For the benefit of health: A relational interpretation of accessibility

Martin Dijst

Abstract & bio

Strategic cornerstones and funding opportunities for projects on accessible hubs

Christian Mahnke

Abstract & bio

Urban Mobility and Wellbeing: Insights from Environmental Psychology and Neuro-Urbanism

Jenny J Roe

Abstract & bio

Accessible walking hubs for mental wellbeing

Anna Bornioli

Abstract & bio

Inclusive neighbourhoods – The perspective of social work

Carlo Fabian

Abstract & bio

Accessing Information

Raul Kalvo

Abstract & bio

Mobility hubs and inclusive urban futures – A Universal Design perspective

Gaurav Rahjea

Abstract & bio

Digitally Supported Urban Design Process, Potsdamer Platz as a Case

Oliver Schulze / Mohammad Almahmood

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Connecting movement and place: A human-focused and science-based approach

Anna Rose

Abstract & bio