TInnGO recognises the huge gender inequalities in current transport provision and aims to combine existing tools and knowledge with new data, approaches and strategies in the following ways:
- It will use and advance existing gender mainstreaming tools (such as Gender Impact Assessment (GIA) and Gender Action Planning (GAP)), design and cultural research methods (such as workshops, ethnography, scenario building and participatory citizen research).
- TInnGO will collate existing mobility data and set new standards for the collection of socio-demographic mobility data which enables women’s travel behaviour to be prioritised using intersectional analysis. It will do all this, whilst recognising that smart mobility should be inclusive, adaptable and capable of intelligent action in the light of new information.
- TInnGO will provide the new datasets from which more equitable, fairer smart mobility can be developed, new resources to reduce gender gaps in transport, gender sensitive smart mobility innovations, new analysis methods and data sets, and case studies to inform both policy and practice.
- TInnGO project will co-create and attract support and investment in gender action plans and gender sensitive smart mobility innovations by working with different groups of women and local stakeholders (transport planners, operators and educators) to effect change within TInnGO cities and regional networks.