This chapter provides a description of fieldwork activities carried out in a community of 14 small towns located in the extreme south east of Italy. This remote, peri-urban territory is included in an Italian national development programme aimed at reversing the depopulation and economic decline of more marginalised “inner areas”. The research focused primarily on the mobility needs of women and people with reduced mobility. Interviews and focus groups demonstrated a high level of awareness around current mobility poverty’s conditions as well as the knowledge and reclamation of more inclusive and flexible collective transport to allow personal mobility mainly on shorter routes and thus enrich living conditions within the area.