Access for people with disabilities with a badge to the Restricted Traffic Zones of all Municipalities without having to communicate, from time to time and with a notice of one or two days, the entry into the individual areas subject to transit restrictions, and therefore of avoid the bureaucratic burden and the risk of fines to be settled ex post. The process has begun to create the single national platform for license plates associated with the badge of the disabled. The platform thus integrates the data relating to the European Unified Disability Pass (Cude): the Cude holder will always have the right to change, at any time and in an agile way, the license plate associated with his badge. In this way, the exercise of the right to mobility, which belongs to the person with disabilities, and not to the license plate,it will always be available to the owner of the Cude and not subject to the use of a given car.
"It is not a regulatory innovation but a change in procedures - underlined the Minister of Infrastructures and Sustainable Mobility Enrico Giovannini - The ministry wanted and financed this project. The computer system will be fully operational within three months and will be very simple to use. . The Cude platform (European Unified Disability Label) is an important step forward to simplify the life of people with disabilities through technology. ".
Disability Minister Erika Stefani was satisfied: "There was a lot of anticipation for this tool and we are giving an answer to make the right to mobility effective. The real way to tackle disability lies not in special laws but in making sure that the The current regulatory system allows everyone to be there. Today the country takes a big step forward. It ensures that the badge is for the person with a disability, not for the car: in fact, the person with disabilities is at the center ". The minister then expressed "thanks on behalf of so many people with disabilities, families, who from today will have less discomfort, compared to the many complications that they face every day".
The mayor of Reggio Emilia Luca Vecchi in the role of Anci delegate stressed that today '"is a beautiful day for the country because behind these innovations there is a choice of civilization: We can say that we break down another barrier and when it happens democracy makes progress on people's rights. The Italian municipalities greet this innovation with pleasure, knowing that they are protagonists because the management of the LTZ starts from the cities ".