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TitleTransport and tourism for persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility
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Table of Contents
                            CONTENTS
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF FIGURES
PRESENTATION OF THE STUDY TEAM
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1   INTRODUCTION
	1.1 Facts and figures
	1.2 Study objectives
	1.3 Methodology
2   USERS’ CLUSTERING
3   LEGISLATION, TECHNICAL STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES: STATUS, ASSESSMENT AND RECOMMENDATIONS - EUROPEAN LEVEL
	3.1 Legislation, technical standards and guidelines
		3.1.1 Transport
		3.1.2  Tourism
4   LEGISLATION, TECHNICAL STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES: STATUS, ASSESSMENT AND RECOMMENDATIONS - National level
	4.1 Transport
	4.2  Tourism
	4.3 National Enforcement Bodies (NEBs)
5   USER NEEDS: STATUS, ASSESSMENT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
	5.1  Local transport
		5.1.1 User needs, accessibility status and gaps from literature
		5.1.2 User needs, accessibility status and gaps from this study’s surveys
		5.1.3 User needs, accessibility status and gaps from workshops
	5.2 Long-distance transport
		5.2.1 User needs, accessibility status and gaps in the literature
		5.2.2 User needs, accessibility status and gaps from this study’s surveys
		5.2.3 User needs, accessibility status and gaps from workshops
	5.3  Clustering of user needs, accessibility status and gaps in the transport sector
		5.3.1 Training
		5.3.2 Autonomous modalities of transport
		5.3.3 ICT
		5.3.4 The impact of autonomous vehicles
		5.3.5 Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) and collaborative economy
		5.3.6 Business and financial schemes
		5.3.7 Awareness creation and social media
	5.4 Tourism
		5.4.1  User needs, accessibility status and gaps in the literature
			5.4.1.1 Supply and performance Check of Accessible Tourism in Europe
		5.4.2 User needs, accessibility status and gaps from this study’s surveys
		5.4.3 User needs, accessibility status and gaps from workshops
		5.4.4 Clustering of user needs, accessibility status and gaps in tourism sector
			5.4.4.1 Training
			5.4.4.2 ICT
			5.4.4.3 Business and financial schemes
			5.4.4.4 Awareness creation and social media
	5.5 Multi-Criteria Analysis for Recognised Gaps & Needs
		5.5.1  This study’s Multi-Criteria Analysis
			5.5.1.1 Evaluation Criteria, Deployment Scenarios (Alternatives) & Hierarchical Decision Tree
		5.5.2 Multi-Criteria Analysis Results & Discussion
			5.5.2.1 Methodology followed
			5.5.2.2 Results & Discussion
	5.6  Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats (SWOT) Analysis
		5.6.1 Local Transport
		5.6.2  Long-distance Transport
		5.6.3  Tourism
6   BEST PRACTICES
	6.1  Local transport
	6.2  Long-distance transport
	6.3  Tourism
7   CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS
	7.1  Local Transport
	7.2 Long-distance Transport
	7.3 Tourism
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