DIAMOND in the 9th TDM Symposium

Last 18th – 21st June 2019 the 9th International Travel Demand Management (TDM) symposium was organised by Edinburgh Napier University to provide intellectual exchange of international research findings with leading researchers and professionals in the field.

The symposium contributions encompass topics such as new challenges in public transportation systems, public awareness and impacts, shared use and ownership or behavioural aspects among others.

This symposium was a platform for best practice sharing and networking with other researchers. The DIAMOND project had a special session with three presentations in order to show and share its scientific and technological advances with the scientific community for a higher and fair inclusion of women in transport systems.

AITEC, as member of the DIAMOND consortium, participated in this dissemination action. Dra. Sara Poveda was the responsible to perform the presentation ‘The DIAMOND performance indicators: guidelines for delivering gender balance in the transport sector’.