Published at : Thu, 02/27/2020
The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has launched a new brochure presenting EU funded projects that are improving mobility in European cities, in which HiReach project is presented.

Published at : Fri, 02/07/2020
Vulnerable target users, such as children, elderly or unemployed citizens, were asked to participate in focus groups in the six local study regions in order to see how innovative transport solutions fit to them and the areas they live in.

Published at : Fri, 12/20/2019
HiReach aimed, in the first stages of the project, to analyse transport poverty theoretically and on the field as well as to explore sustainable and inclusive mobility solutions, before stepping into the final stage which addresses the development of new mobility options.

Published at : Tue, 12/10/2019
The SMARTA 2 – Demonstrators project aims to implement shared mobility services interconnected with public transport in four rural areas, to address their mobility challenges.

Published at : Thu, 10/31/2019
The HiReach project is pleased to announce the kick-off of the Startup Lab acceleration programme, foreseeing an open innovation programme connecting 20-25 talented startups with key players in the mobility sector, which will create a pione

Published at : Wed, 10/09/2019
Looking for support to solve your mobility-related problems on transport poverty?
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You can apply to our Open Call and host a pilot!

Published at : Tue, 09/24/2019
HiReach project is looking for startup accelerators to coordinate its HiReach StartupLab, an Innovative Mobility Acceleration Program. This program aims to foster the creation of multidisciplinary projects in the transport sector.

Published at : Mon, 08/12/2019
The HiReach project is accepting responses to this Call for Expression of Interest (CEI or EoI), in order to find a qualified Accelerator partner to provide an Innovative Mobility Accelerator Program.

Published at : Mon, 07/08/2019
On March 27 and 28, more than 40 transportation experts, industry professionals, entrepreneurs and start-uppers, designers, researchers, public officials and representatives of vulnerable groups from around Europe gathered in Brussels to address issues related to inclusive mobili

Published at : Thu, 07/04/2019
Despite the limits of the current public transport systems in EU prioritized areas, such as rural, remote and deprived urban areas, there are several initiatives that give way to new mobility options and innovative solutions, including the use of Information and Communications Te


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