This chapter presents the results of the fieldwork carried out in the city of Buzău, Romania, through interviews with stakeholders and focus groups with end users. The emphasis was on different vulnerable individuals, focusing on children (high school pupils), the elderly, people with visual impairments and those on low income (Roma people), all living in urban or peri-urban areas of the city. Within the city, a deprived area with poorer people and less comprehensive public transport was selected (the area of Simileasca). The main result was that, while policy makers have a weak understanding of mobility poverty, focus group participants expressed interest in innovative mobility solutions, well beyond traditional public transport systems.