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The UK TInnGO Hub aims to further understanding of the specific transport requirements and needs of different groups of women, such as older women and women from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. The Hub performs gender impact assessments of new technologies and business models applied in the transport sector, to assess their acceptance and to provide evidence on their non-discriminatory performance.

The UK Hub is geared on the inclusion of traditionally excluded groups of women. It is a resource that aims to strengthen research on rural transport and gendered discourses around Smart Mobility and to enable the measurement of the impact of new vehicles in the inclusion of women.

WHO WE ARE

The UK Hub is managed by Coventry University, SOCIETAL Travel CIC, a Social Enterprise created to tackle transportation challenges, and Transport for West Midlands.

Contact us:
Ms Sinead Ouillon
aa2981@coventry.ac.uk

Ms Jacquie Bridgman
jacquie.bridgman@societal.org.uk

Mr Andrew Page
andrew.page@tfwm.org.uk

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