Barriers to Women’s Physical Mobility – Case of Panchkula, India

This report was produced by Seema Singh, a participant of the Young Leaders in Sustainable Transport in 2019.

Surveys and interviews were conducted for 115 women public transport users in Panchkula, a medium sized city in north India. Single day travel diaries were also collected to understand women’s daily travel choices.

 

This report has been produced by the author as part of the “Young Leaders for Sustainable Transport” programme launched by the SLOCAT Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport and the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF). The views expressed in this report do not necessarily represent the views of SLOCAT or VREF. The author, SLOCAT, and VREF cannot be held liable for the accuracy, completeness, and correctness of the content.

Downloads

Barriers to Women's Physical Mobility - Case of Panchkula, India

Download publication

Search publications

  • Topics