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Welcome to Mobility Mojo - Accessible Travel at your fingertips

Mobility Mojo is a user generated app and website for accessible travel in Dublin City. Focusing on accessibility users can find and share personal tried and tested knowledge about accessible destinations.

Accessibility is increasingly becoming a deciding factor for many people when planning a holiday. Sharing photos and reviews about accessible tourist attractions, hotels, restaurants, public facilities, accessible tours and transport will give confidence to people with reduced mobility to travel more.

By working together we can give each other the 'need to know before you go' information about the level of accessibility provided, saving hours of searching for reliable and trustworthy information.

The Mobility Mojo app is free to download and allows users to rate the level of accessibility provided and recommend places they have visited to others. At the moment we are concentrating on Dublin City but plan to expand the other to other parts of Ireland very soon.

Mobility Mojo hopes to play an important role in creating a barrier free travel environment and encourage collaboration from people with limited mobility, wheelchair users, parents with pushchairs, our ageing population their family and friends to let others know about places with good accessibility.

Good Accessibility is Good Business

We also encourage businesses to use our free app to promote the good accessible features in their premises.

Join our community now and use the Mobility Mojo platform to tell others about the accessibility of places you have visited.

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The project Mobility Mojo has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration through the frontierCities accelerator programme (grant agreement no. 632853) under the sub-grant agreement no.025.


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