Mobility is one of people’s most basic needs. The need to improve mobility in public places for all, including the mobility-impaired, has been recognized and acknowledged as a significant socio-political goal. It is therefore important to offer more personal freedom of movement to everybody.
Not only would the mobility-impaired benefit from barrier-free bus and train stations and barrier-free crossings, from pavements and bicycle paths to train crossings, but so would other people whose mobility is restricted such as e.g. the elderly, parents with prams and small children, holidaymakers with suitcases or people carrying heavy shopping bags.
The Kassel Kerb® and the Kasseler Querungsbord® are indispensable links in the barrier-free mobility chain all across Europe.
Quality management system according to DIN EN ISO 9001
Kassel Kerb® and Kasseler Querungsbord® are certified