During Urban Mobility Days 2020, TInnGO project is participating on the session “Gender perspectives in urban transport” on Wednesday 30th September 2020, 14:00-15:00CET. Register and select the session!
Gender perspectives in urban transport
According to the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE), women tend to have more complex patterns of mobility, travel off-peak more often and, in urban contexts, be more dependent on public transport when compared to men. However, design of transport systems often does not consider these factors effectively, leading to inadequate mobility solutions and services for women.
Participants in this session will have the opportunity to learn more about effective gender mainstreaming methods for transport planning and about gender-sensitive smart mobility solutions through a set of presentations.
- Fotis K. Liotopoulos, TInnGO
- Heather Allen, Independent gender and mobility expert
- Marianne Weinreich, Ramboll
Moderated by Ruth Lopian, DG MOVE, European Commission