The Horizon 2020 TInnGO project was intended to facilitate and empower underrepresented and diverse groups to engage in conversations about mobility challenges, with a view to informing more inclusive design solutions. Due to Covid, most codesign, face-to-face contact with vulnerable groups was not possible. This has severely limited the transmission of the lived experience of vulnerable groups to the wider project and beyond. Our experiences of working with undergraduate, remotely located design interns to develop smart mobility design provocations for European hubs has been published (Woodcock, et al 2020, Magee et al, 2021). The aim of this paper is to tease out what gender and diversity smart mobility innovation can learn from this experience.
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 14 Oct 2021|
|Event||10th International Symposium on Travel Demand Management: Gender and Equality in Transport - Virtual|
Duration: 17 Nov 2021 → 19 Nov 2021
|Conference||10th International Symposium on Travel Demand Management|
|Period||17/11/21 → 19/11/21|