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Introduction - this survey is being done on behalf of the FIA Foundation

The Sum4ALL gender companion paper ( confirmed that the transport section is still strongly male dominated. Four main entry points were identified that provided potential to change this, and for the sector to more actively engage with women. These were women as decision-makers, users, employees (workers in the sector) and entrepreneurs and the gendered nature of transport infrastructure. However, one of the key challenges in preparing the work, and exploring the potential to shift the sector to be more inclusive and gender friendly, was the apparent lack of data across all the areas.

With this in mind, we would like to get your personal opinions of the current state of play of data collection for terrestrial (with a focus on passenger) transport (including cycling and walking), especially at national and urban levels. The information will be used to explore what actions (if any) can be recommended to improve this, or indeed if this is necessary, and what is needed to make this happen. 
The outcome of this rapid review will be a short report and some fact sheets on the current state of play in the collection of data collection, whether this appears to be adequate for decision making based on the opinions of national and city officials and decision makers, city networks, NGOs and academics and provide some insights on the current levels of understanding, how and if this might be improved. You have been sent a web link and you may feel free to share this with others who you think may be interested. 

The survey should take no more than 20- 30 minutes to complete and although we ask for your name and organisation this will not be used in the report. 

Separately, a number of interviews will further complement the information collected in this survey but if you would like to be included in this, please indicate at the end of the survey.

-        Chatham house rules and no quotes from comments will be made. Your answers will be treated confidentially and the information you provide will be kept anonymous in any research outputs/publications. Your data will be kept in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation 2016 (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018.
-        The term gender is used a the meaning of a social construct of roles and responsibilities
In advance thank you for your time and help on this!

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* 1. Please give us some general information. This is only for our internal tracking of responses.

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* 3. Would you mind giving an indication of your age - this is not obligatory!

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* 6. Would you say that your main experience or reference area is:

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* 9. Is your perspective mainly:

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