In its first year, FAIR Stations conducted socio-technical studies in an unprecedented way.
For both the general public and Persons with Reduced Mobility (PRMs), primary and secondary data was collected and analysed to gather insights on the needs, preferences and expectations.
The outcomes helped researchers to postulate, the link between PRM-specific human factors and their interaction with the train.
They were used as inputs to the technical and engineering designs (such as crowd flow analysis in WP4 and independent boarding concepts in WP5).
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