At the TInnGO project, ten (10) national hubs will be set up; Sweden/Denmark, UK, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, France, Germany, Romania, Lithuania (+ Baltic states). These will be connected to a superordinate observatory called TInnGO (Transport Innovation Gendered Observatory). During the last year of the TInnGO project, the ambition is to transfer learning by informing the development of similar hubs in Malaysia, Brazil, Pakistan, China and USA.
The chronological course of the procedure is reflected in the following four (4) project phases:
Phase 1, the national research and practical knowledge is collected in the hubs and forwarded to TInnGO and the CDARE.
Phase 2, knowledge is consolidated and formed into coordinated research priorities that address specific gender problems in the individual country, training is undertaken across the project. ABM and predictive modelling are used to investigate gaps in transport provision and predict new service provision
Phase 3, initial Gender Action Plans, Gender Impact Assessments and gender mainstreaming tools are delivered for application in their hubs and across their networks. TInnGIdLabs work on local problems related to gender Smart Mobility and share experiences and ideas across the Open Innovation Platform. Feedback is provided to inform any iterative development. This will relate to already identified areas (mobility, safety and security, employment, education, opportunity and innovation) and specifically for the various stakeholders, ranging from IT developers and urban planners to municipal decisionmakers.
Types of Gender Action Plans will be developed in a transdisciplinary approach, involving stakeholders/target groups.
Phase 4, evaluation of the national hubs, TInnGIDlabs, the TInnGO observatory and the approach of the project. Sustainability plans are drawn up.
Additionally, the Hubs will host the TInnGIdLabs. Their aim is to encourage local stakeholders and communities to engage with smart mobility and gender issues relevant to them. These will be run as pop up design factories/fab labs in each city.