Understanding the transport barriers that women face
Traditionally, transport planning has not taken into account gender differences. However, women can have significantly different travel needs and patterns to men. This includes higher safety concerns and more complicated travel patterns caused by trip-chaining (e.g. picking up children and doing some shopping on the way home from work).
When we talk about our transport system we mean, for example: walking, cycling, scooter-ing, buses, trains, ferries and cars.
The findings from this survey will be used by Women in Urbanism Aotearoa to help our work in shaping our urban areas to be fairer and more equitable.
This survey should take around 15-20 minutes to complete.
This survey is primarily for women in the urban industries as well as women from our communities, of all ages. But anyone can fill it in.
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