In accessibility policy, the focus is too one-sided, concentrating on eliminating traffic congestion and investing in new infrastructure projects. Other solutions, such as spreading traffic throughout the day, digital alternatives or smart urbanisation policies, should be given more consideration in decisions to improve accessibility. Government and parliament could also respond more actively to social trends and technological developments that make other solutions possible. This is the conclusion of the Council for the Environment and Infrastructure (Rli, the Council) in its advisory report 'Towards an integrated accessibility policy', commissioned by the Dutch House of Representatives. Member of Parliament Rutger Schonis (D66) accepted the advisory report on behalf of the House of Representatives on 10 February 2021.