The European Observatory for Gender Smart Transport was launched and is maintained by the European project TInnGO, which is developing a framework and mechanisms for a sustainable game change in the European transport sector by addressing today’s challenges in terms of gender and diversity in the transport ecosystem and women’s mobility needs.
20 organisations (7 higher education institutes and research institutes, 4 municipalities and 9 transport consultants) from 13 countries are working together to develop a European-wide sustainable strategy for Gender Smart Mobility that ensures inclusivity and accessibility. For this, 10 National Hubs were set up to address issues of local importance.
- gather gender mobility data
- generate intersectional analysis
- develop Gender Action Plans
- produce best practices and case studies
- design training material and tools
- create idea factories to foster discussions and co-create solutions
- raise awareness of gender sensitive smart mobility