WSP consultant Suzanna Massingue shares how data can reveal inequalities in a city’s transport infrastructure


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WSP consultant: Transport data can help tackle social exclusion

WSP consultant: Transport data can help tackle social exclusion

 July 06, 2021

Suzanna Massingue is a consultant in WSP's Future Mobility team in the UK. She is helping to answer big questions by changing perceptions and she knows that how smarter mobility can make cities more equitable.

Suzanna and the Future Mobility team are recognized for their deep insights into changes impacting how, when and where we access life’s essential activities. They help clients future-proof their infrastructure, design for people, and capitalize upon the momentum for change. 

Encouraging discussion about the challenges ahead

Suzanna is cited in an article for The Possiblea print and digital magazine about the future of cities, and all of the built and natural infrastructure that supports them, published by WSP. The company's goal is to inspire, inform and entertain, to encourage discussion about the challenges ahead, and to bridge the gap between blue-skies thinking and what’s possible now. 

Thinking beyond the commute

Data can help shed light on who uses a city’s transport infrastructure, and how. Systems have historically been designed predominantly for commuting, whether by road or rail — and usually for a specific segment of the population.

“By and large, this has meant able-bodied white men, which results in overlooking the needs of those who diverge from this user group,” comments Suzanna.

Read the full article featuring WSP consultant Suzanna Massingue.


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