Building on the results of the Presentation Day and Hack Day, the Trikala Cities-4-People team organised the Quadruple Helix Stakeholders event to involve its Mobility Community in the final selection of the intervention to be scaled up. Decision makers from the local authority, including the Municipal Department for Civil Planning, the Department of Green Spaces and association of individuals with mobility issues took part in the event.
The workshop started with a presentation of the results and impacts of the first round of pilot interventions and the outcomes of the Hack Day. In addition, the results of the online voting carried out with the YourPriorities voting tool were presented and discussed.
In order to select one concept to be scaled-up, participants were asked to prioritise the online voting results. Additionally, participants were involved in a brainstorming activity in order to evaluate different scale-up possibilities along with experts.
Finally, the decision was placed on the intervention piloting electric scooters for people with disabilities. During the first round of pilots, Trikala’s Citizen Mobility Community suggested and implemented an intervention to offer people with mobility impairments electric scooters they can attach to a wheelchair, transforming it into a three-wheeler which can cover longer distances faster. Therefore, the Trikala Info Point is now equipped with one scooter that people on a wheelchair can use for free and with no time restriction. Now, this intervention will be improved and scaled up.