CIVITAS Policy Note - Gender equality and mobility: mind the gap!

By Simone Bosetti / Updated: 02 Mar 2016

This CIVITAS Policy Note focuses on the topic of gender-sensitive mobility planning. In both the international body of literature and transport planning, the gender dimension in mobility patterns and sustainability has received relatively little attention so far, even though, together with age and income, gender is considered a significant factor in accounting for differences in mobility behavior, with women recognised as being more likely to adopt sustainable travel behaviours than men.

The Policy Note, produced by the CIVITAS Wiki project, is available to download below.

Gender equality and mobility: mind the gap!
September 2014