TInnGO recognises the huge gender inequalities in current transport provision and aims to combine existing tools and knowledge with new data, approaches and strategies. Specific objectives of the TInnGO project include:
- The advancement of smart mobility through the tools of Gender Mainstreaming.
Gender mainstreaming refers to how a gender perspective can be integrated into all policy and planning processes. Through this strategy, TInnGO aims to explore both potentials and limitations of upcoming smart modes of transport, such as car sharing, bike sharing and the use of ICT from a gender perspective and to combine the development of new transport solutions with an intersectional gender perspective.
- The comprehensive understanding of actual problems and prospects and of transformative solutions, by creating and operating an accessible and interrogatable open-source data repository and by using (real-time) survey tools to augment existing data sets in TInnGOcities, accessible through the TInnGO Observatory.
- The formulation of a range of recommendations and good practices of Gender Action Plans (GAPs) in the transport sector.
The aim is to create recommendations and guidelines for GAPs in a form applicable for stakeholders to meet gender-specific requirements of certain user groups and support gender-balanced employment.
- A final TInnGO objective is to open a policy window for Gender Smart Mobility in the provision of proximity between stakeholders at both regional and European levels and to contribute with new knowledge in the design and implementation of sustainable future strategies of transport.