Gender in urban planning - transport
We haven't really focussed much on discussing gender issues and their relation to urban planning, and specifically urban transport. This is something which must be included, since women's transport needs are generally different from men's, as well as their use and perception of different transport modes. This has a direct relationship with how to plan for this.
What is your experience with, for instance, women's use of public transport in your city? Is it feasible for them to do all their trips easily and comfortably? Should something change in that regard? Any other ideas are most welcome.