What's next? Telraam legacy!

How to ensure that Telraam findings are effectively disseminated? How to make the Telraam data the talk of the town? How to ensure that the Telraam findings and the actions involved lead to wanted and long-lasting impact?

This document describes a number of potential tools and methods.
Reflection and Legacy overview and methods.pdf (72.8 KB)

Policy Brief:

a tool specifically focused on targeting relevant governmental agencies and local authorities (both at the local and the international level. It consists of a four-pages document written specifically for policy makers and/or others interested or involved in formulating or influencing mobility-related policies.
WeCount_Policy_Brief.pdf (408.6 KB)

Future Mobility Newspaper:

An example of a dissemination tool that could also be used as a call for action to larger local communities is the Future Mobility Newspaper, i.e. a tool that consists of a canvas that gives a structured way to envision and effectively communicate future desirable scenarios that will ideally come true in the medium or long-term. The key aspect here is to stimulate participants’ creativity in planning the journey from the Telraam intervention towards effective positive change in favor of a more sustainable mobility. Change here can be envisioned both from a behavioural perspective (both at the individual and collective level) and from a policy point of view.
The Future Mobility Newspaper Description.pdf (106.8 KB)
The Future Mobility Newspaper Template.pdf (125.3 KB)

Draw How You Would Like Your Street To Be

To be used during a workshop with children, this tool is meant to stimulate their creativity in envisioning the streets where they live in a world where sustainable mobility becomes the norm. The tool consists of a downloadable and editable canvas divided in two parts. To be implemented, it requires a first explanation of what mobility is. Following this part, the team asks participating kids to draw on the left side of the canvas how their streets look like today; second, following an extensive explanation of the concept of sustainable mobility, the team can organise a funny and simple visualisation of the data collected through the Telraam devices in the area (e.g., through a game). Based on the data and sustained by the concepts of sustainable mobility introduced to the children, the team asks them to draw how they would like their streets to be in the future on the right side of the canvas.
Draw your Street Canvas We Count.pdf (159.8 KB)

Data Visualisation Kit:

The Data Visualisation Kit can help you share Telraam data in a visual, low-tech and playful way. Right there where it is most useful: on the sidewalk, in the park, or at any other public place. Learn more about the kit here. Interested to use the yourself? Let us know! You can rent one.

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