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Gender and Urban Transport

2017 - iNUA#3: Implementing the New Urban Agenda


Kristina Kebeck, Laura Mark


Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH


Urban transport is often seen as gender neutral – a road or bus system benefits all equally. In fact, it´s not! Women and men have different pre-conditions, needs and restrictions for using transport. When this is not taken into consideration, planning and projects will not adequately meet the demand and transport is inefficient and unsustainable. There is a major component of gender equality in transport in the New Urban Agenda that needs to be implemented.


Gender-sensitive cities Sustainable mobility Public space Security in cities


   Asia  Indonesia

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