1 in 3 of the total Kildare/Meath working population travels to work in Dublin. This means that the 60,000 Kildare and Meath residents working in Dublin make up 12% of those working in Dublin on a given day.

What Transport User type are you?

Taking the 12 ‘Golden Questions’ from the EU-funded SEGMENT project, Interactions has applied them to the Irish market. These 12 questions allow any survey respondent to be allocated to one of 8 distinct segments of the population, depending on their attitudes towards car use and active travel.

Women face higher risks and burdens than men in transport, due to unequal access to resources, education, job opportunities and entrenched socio-cultural norms. In the TInnGO project (2018 – 2021), Interactions is collaborating with local authorities, academic partners and transport consultants across Europe to develop a framework and mechanisms for a sustainable game change in European transport using the transformative strategy of gender-sensitive smart mobility.

Meath County Council have conducted extensive development work aimed at promoting the sharing of transport spaces by pedestrians, cyclists, public transport alongside carbon based.  Interactions have conducted a number of pre-and post- evaluations since 2016.

Interactions was successful under a competitive call to receive funding from the SEAI Renewable Energy Research Development and Demonstration Programme 2017, to segment the energy consumer market in Ireland, with a view to accelerating the deployment of innovative energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.

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