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Women and girls’ mobility is critical on many levels. Without access to effective transport women cannot access the food and healthcare they need for household survival. They cannot get to work or run businesses, and
New mobile communication system provides inclusive, cost-effective way to gather data on urban travel habits.
Many sub-Saharan African cities have limited access to data about people’s movements and modes of transport (mobility data) because they lack adequate funding and capacity to conduct large-scale household travel surveys. Without this data, it
Transport is a major contributor to climate change, its emissions are growing faster than other economic sectors and it is responsible for a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions. In our latest Research Knowledge Exchange
Conducting surveys into sexual harassment requires tried and tested methodology and a detailed knowledge of local cultural values
Studies have repeatedly shown that sexual harassment on public transport is widespread in both the developed and developing world. But the data available to support these studies is often unreliable due, in part, to inadequate
A First Step To Addressing Sexual Harrassment On Public Transport Is Agreeing What Sexual Harrassment Is
Public transport fulfils an essential role in supporting access to work, education and other opportunities, especially among lower income and vulnerable communities. Globally, studies show that women and girls are far more likely than men
Developing climate-resilient transport: informing policy and planning for greener and safer transport networks
Please join us for our next Research Knowledge Exchange to be held on Tuesday 29th March 2022 at 13.00 GMT. Transport infrastructures build economies and communities – they get people and goods to where they