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Questions like who benefits, whose needs are considered, who decides and how needs further probing. ITEM will advance inclusive EM transitions through a dual perspective on households and urban policy. It will examine inequalities in EM-related needs, capabilities, decision-making, accessibility and everyday mobility. It will co-produce understandings to strengthen urban/transport planning through inclusive EM transition processes. Along with policymakers and mobility service providers, the project will compare transition processes in Oslo, Utrecht, Bristol and Poznań.
Contact: Dr. Tanu Priya Uteng and Dr. Lars Böcker, Senior Researcher, Institute of Transport Economics (TOI)
E-mail: Tanu.Priyauteng@toi.no, Lars.Bocker@toi.no
Partners: Institute of Transport Economics – Utrecht University – TSU, Oxford University – Heksagon Research – Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań