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Transed 2012

At both national and international levels, efforts are greater than ever to empower and integrate elders and persons with disabilities into the larger society. To this end transport and the built environment must become user-friendly and accessible for all. Already, most of the world’s population lives in countries that have ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, demonstrating a strong resolve to ensure the inalienable human rights of persons with disabilities.

TRANSED 2012, the 13th International Conference on Transport and Mobility for Elderly and Disabled Persons is to be held in Delhi during 17-21 September 2012 on the theme “Seamless Access for All: Universal design for transport systems and infrastructure as a key element in the creation of livable cities”. The TRANSED series of conferences have, since 1978, provided the premier international forum to exchange ideas on what works and why, and to share innovations, good practices, and research on accessible transportation, mobility, and travel.

TRANSED 2012 will showcase international innovation and technological solutions for accessible transportation and travel through papers and posters as well as through live exhibitions of products, services, and best practices. It will have an exhibition running for all the days of conference, opening reception, Conference Opening, Plenary Session, Parallel Technical Sessions, Conference Dinner and a Grand Closing Ceremony.


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