Swedish society is becoming increasingly dependent on efficient transportation and telecommunications. Currently, there is a great need to increase the mobility of persons with various restrictions on their mobility. This need arises not only from a desire to be more active in general or the view that mobility is a social and human right. Automobiles currently account for 75 percent of the total transportation use in Sweden. Swedish policies aim to normalize the situation of disabled people and integrate them into society. Thus, efforts concerning disabled persons form a very important part of the further development of Swedish welfare. By law, the supervisory authority for public transportation and the transport companies shall make public transportation accessible to people with disabilities. When public transportation is planned and put into effect, the special needs of disabled persons shall be taken into account to the extent possible. The Swedish Board of Transport is now evaluating accessibility measures taken to date on vehicles.