Valencia is committed to promoting inclusive and barrier-free tourism

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On the recent event for people with functional diversity, organized by the Unesco Center of Valencia, the Councilor for Social Services of the Valencian council, Isabel Lozano, defended the need for accessible tourism for all. To achieve this goal, she advocated eliminating any barrier, not only physical, but also sensory and especially mental, in an effort that should involve everyone, but particularly those who have competencies to create a model to the inclusive city to which we aspire.

The important role of the adapted taxi or eurotaxi

SU TAXI Valencia fully agrees with any initiative that encourages the removal of barriers, understanding that at least in the sector that concerns us, that of public transport, there is still a long way to go. Likewise, we consider that the different administrations involved should make a more determined commitment to promote travel by adapted taxi or eurotaxi, since it is a wheelchair taxi that is ideal for people with reduced mobility.

Taxi service in Valencia focused on people with reduced mobility (PRM)

In addition, our company offers a taxi service in Valencia that gives a full response to everything required by people with reduced mobility (PRM), giving them the possibility of traveling in an adapted taxi or an eurotaxi in a comfortable and secure way, being able to transport up to five passengers and a wheelchair. Likewise, our professionals provide close and friendly attention, always willing to help with whatever is necessary, as can be confirmed by the many users who have had the opportunity to use it.

Phone number SU TAXI Valencia: 633 384 492

The comfort of ordering a taxi in the summer

ciudades inclusivasIn the summer period the heat is very strong, making our day to day life very difficult. In consequence, things that during the rest of the year pose no problems, such as getting around the city, can become a real ordeal, in the middle of summer. To avoid it, it is advisable to do our best to keep clear of the sun and travel in a vehicle such as the taxi, which helps us avoid the rigors of high temperatures on the way to a subway stop or waiting for the bus.

Getting around by taxi in Valencia during the summer is a highly recommended option

That way, not only risks such as the dreaded heat stroke are removed, but also the burden and discomfort of walking or waiting in the street when the sun is at it´s peak. You can choose to travel comfortably in a vehicle equipped with air conditioning and driven by a professional. In addition, resorting to the taxi service in Valencia to travel with family and friends does not have to be less economical than other alternatives. Our website offers the possibility of knowing in advance the cost of a trip by using the price calculator.

The most comfortable means of transport for people with reduced mobility (PRM)

If usually the best means of transport for people with reduced mobility PRM is an Eurotaxi or an adapted taxi, like the one that SU TAXI Valencia puts at your disposal, when the heat presses, traveling in this type of vehicle becomes even more necessary, since for those that have problems to move, the heat is a much heavier concern than for the rest. Providing them with something so basic like beeing able to count on their journeys on an eurotaxi or an adapted taxi like ours, which is perfectly conditioned to transport a wheelchair and equipped with state-of-the-art air conditioning is to provide maximum thermal comfort.

Phone number SU TAXI Valencia: 633 384 492

ONCE Foundation demands a design of more inclusive cities

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José Luis Borau, head of the Department of Accessibility to the Physical Environment of the ONCE Foundation, stressed in his speech at the International Conference on the Future of Accessibility, held recently in Israel, that the cities of the future can´t remain simple 'smart cities', they must fully meet the needs of people with disabilities, becoming inclusive, 'smart human cities' tailored to the needs of all its inhabitants, including those who, for example, have displacement difficulties. An effort that belongs to all, but particularly to the administrations, and that it is essential if one takes into account that, as Borau pointed out, there are currently more than 1,000 million people with reduced mobility (PRM) in the world, also estimating that by 2050 more than 70% of the world's population will live in cities.

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CERMI asks for an employment plan for people with disabilities in Valencia

CERMI asks for an employment plan for people with disabilities in Valencia

The Spanish Committee for Representatives of Persons with Disabilities (CERMI) will request the future leaders of Valencia's City Council to develop a specific inclusion program for those with disabilities, advocating for special attention regarding labor integration. With this objective, the group is committed to demand that only public entrepreneurs that proove they set aside 2% of their jobs to people with disabilities can participate in public biddings, as established by current legislation. At the same time, they also advocate the use of other measures such as holding a minimum of 6% of municipal contracts for protected employment companies, or increasing the quota, for disabled people in public jobs, from 5 to 7%, in different administrations.

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Efforts to include people with disabilities should increase

Efforts to include people with disabilities should increase

"The appointment with the full inclusion of people with disabilities cannot wait”, said Cristina Gallach, high commissioner of the Government of Spain for the 2030 Agenda, on the recently held conference on 'The European political agenda of disability in the EU 2019-2024' organized by CERMI and the ONCE Foundation, which in collaboration with the European Parliament sponsored a meeting where it was recognized by all the participants that there is still a long way to go to achieve a complete elimination of all types of barriers faced by people with disabilities. The members also unanimously agreed that the measures should be adopted by different European countries in a binding way, so that they have a real impact. If not, it will remain a simple declaration of voluntary intentions.

We are committed to people with reduced mobility (PMR)

SU Taxi Valencia joins the voices that ask the administrations concerned to make a greater effort in the inclusion of both people with reduced mobility and all those who suffer from a disability, promoting for an accessible transport that facilitates the movement of those who have more difficulties to do so. We consider that a taxi as a public service plays an essential role, advocating that the use of an adapted taxi or an eurotaxi be encouraged, as a perfectly prepared way for passengers who need to travel in a wheelchair.

We offer a custom taxi service in Valencia for people with reduced mobility (PMR)

We are the reference taxi service in Valencia for people with travel difficulties, with an eurotaxi capable of transporting up to five passengers and a wheelchair, in a comfortable, fast and safe way. Moreover, we do not only provide an excellent service but we also offer an excellent team of professionals. Qualified and experienced drivers who take great care so that users get a quality service.

Phone number SU TAXI Valencia: 633 384 492