The TInnGO hubs are conducting a survey to gather information about mobility patterns of citizens in Europe during the Covid-19 crisis and comparing this situation with the behaviour of users in a pre-Covid scenario. The results will provide insights on how this pandemic has affected user employability and mobility patterns.
The survey aims at characterizing mobility patterns, people’s perception of mobility options available, and the expected impact of transport policies and technologies in the user’s experience. The study will be carried out in two phases: a first pilot that started in August and will end on September 15th, which is available at this link, followed by the main survey between September 28th and November 2020.
This study will contribute to identifying differences between the mobility patterns of men and women, as well as in employment opportunities in the transport sector, and assess to what extent the available transport systems meet the mobility needs of its users by using an intersectionality perspective. Moreover, different analyses will be performed since participants will have been under distinct lockdown restrictions.
The first survey is available in English, Portuguese, Spanish, Romanian, Italian, Lithuanian, Greek, French, and German.
This task has been promoted within the workpackage 7 (Data analysis and modelling) of the TInnGO project, led by the Portuguese company VTM, with the participation of the 10 TInnGO hubs. These hubs cover a city or region in Europe and are led by European institutions and organisations which take part in the TInnGO project, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme.