In the margin of Busworld, an interesting seminar brought some new insights about a frequently forgotten group of public transport users: the elderly. There is no doubt about the aging of the population. The question is whether public transport operators are conducting a policy adapted to this target group. The answer is no, according to the study by Professor Christian Haas of Frenesius University (D). It is not about wheelchair users, but about people who are getting slower in their movements, in taking decisions, who do not see or hear that well anymore due to their age.
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