In the framework of the TInnGO project, EMEL has launched a survey on mobility habits in Lisbon to find out the reasons and motivations that lead people to use the different means of transport, with special focus on the use of bicycles.
This survey aims to identify possible factors of inequality in the access and use of transport modes and to analyse perceptions, difficulties and fears in their use, in order to understand what barriers are placed particularly on the bicycle mode and what factors lead to its exclusion.
The answers to the survey on mobility habits in Lisbon will support the Lisbon Gender and Diversity Action Plan (GaDAP), which will include lines of action to enable bicycles to be perceived as a safe, reliable and efficient means of transport, thus increasing its competitiveness and simultaneously fostering its use through greater equality of access.
EMEL is strongly committed to defending and promoting the principles of equality and fairness, along with sustainable economic development. In this sense, it invites all people to participate, by replying to this survey, which will run from 06 to 27 April, available on the link survey on mobility habits in Lisbon.