Park4dis is a personal project born to help the more than 15 millions drivers with reduced mobility in Europe, more than 1 million only in Spain, and all families of people with disabilities, to have autonomy and to be able to move without added barriers.
The project was launched in April 2019 after a European study by ACC1Ó and with the support of Fundación ONCE.
Sustainable Development Goals.
Park4dis is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) established by the United Nations at the Sustainable Development Summit, set out in the 2030 Agenda to guarantee a sustainable future for all.
In particular, Park4dis contributes to goal 10 reducing the inequalities that affect people with disabilities, goal 11 promoting inclusive cities and accessible transportation, and goal 17 forming alliances and collaborating with local, regional and national public and private entities, as well as Public Administrations.
Park4dis has more than 45 thousand parking spaces reserved for PRMs in more than 300 municipalities in 9 European countries through collaborations and agreements with Municipalities and Public Administrations throughout Spain.
The platform also draws on its Network of Individual volunteers and corporate volunteering in collaboration with socially responsible companies.
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Park4Dis is an initiative that was launched in April 2019 with the support and funding of Fundación ONCE, which was born as a result of the difficulty in finding the location of the places reserved for people with reduced mobility, as well as the widespread ignorance of the applicable regulations in each municipality.
Park4Dis is a ‘cross-sectional and interurban platform for the management and access to the location of reserved spaces and other parking spaces allowed for people with reduced mobility, as well as municipal regulations in a unified, summarized and accessible way’. This project has more than 45 thousand reserved places mapped in more than 300 cities in 9 countries. The objective is to facilitate the mobility of the more than 15 million users with a European card for people with disabilities in Europe, giving them greater freedom and autonomy and helping them find a parking spot close to their destination.
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