This event will be a publication launch for the newest installment in the Access for All series, Access and Persons with Disabilities in Urban Areas. The Access for All series reports focus on different user groups, and their specific mobility and access needs. To date, two Access for All editions are published: Access and Gender (2019), and Access and Babies, Toddlers and Their Caregivers (January 2022). Access is the key enabler of equity in cities. Speaking about access and mobility through lenses of vulnerable groups sheds a compelling light on the gaps in transportation and urban planning of cities. Access for All: Access and Persons with Disabilities in Urban Areas offers universal design criteria that will help decision makers create spaces that allow all residents to enjoy them on equal terms. It explores accessible transit-oriented development (TOD) and sustainable urban mobility through the lens of persons with disabilities, including physical, social, and institutional barriers, best practice case studies, and recommendations. Walking, cycling, and public transportation alongside transit-oriented development provide the greatest opportunities for reducing mobility barriers, encouraging autonomy in travel, and improving community engagement for persons with disabilities and those with limited mobility, such as pregnant and elderly individuals, young children, and caregivers. The launch event will include partners that worked on the development of the report including The Victor Pineda Foundation (dba World Enabled) and ITDP regional representatives. Presenters will speak on key takeaways and recommendations made in the report.