Impact of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) on Women’s Daily Travel Decisions: Τhe Case Study of Cairo
Keywords:Egypt, Public transportation, Travel pattern, Gender-based violence (GBV)
Gender-based violence (GBV) on public transportation (PUT) is a global phenomenon that many women face daily. This phenomenon impacts women's mobility decisions, ranging from changing trip mode and route to cancelling the trip or even in some cases resigning from work. PUT is a vital component of urban life by providing the means of accessibility and mobility. Violence towards women on PUT often results in negative impacts on women's life, such as loss of opportunities, loss of accessibility, and extra financial burdens. In this research, we discuss the issue in the context of data from a survey collected recently in Cairo, Egypt.
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