In various public transport systems, people with reduced mobility represent a group that is often overlooked and not sufficiently taken into account. In addition to people with "classic" limited mobility, also included are: people in wheelchairs, people with walking, sight or hearing impairments. All people with reduced mobility, e.g. with accompanying luggage or prams as well as people who are unfamiliar with the area or people with learning difficulties are taken into account. Furthermore, we must not forget the large and constantly growing group of the elderly!
From an ethical point of view, it must be a matter of course that all people have equal access to different mobility systems. In addition, there are national and international legal requirements that force operators of various mobility systems to act accordingly and at the same time pose major challenges for them.