• TRB 100th Annual Meeting

      January 24–28, 2021

    • Online Program


Annual Meeting Event Detail

Poster Session 1079

1079 - Women and Gender in Transportation

Monday, January 25 11:30 AM- 1:00 PM ET
Dawn Hood, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Women and Gender in Transportation (AME20)


No agenda available

Title Presentation Number
Low-Income Female Commuters’ Walking Mode Choice Perception in a Developing Urban Society
Shahrior Pervaz, University of Central Florida
Md Asif Raihan, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
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‘If You Can’t Write Diversity into Future Transport, Then What’s the Point? You Don't Create New Worlds to Give Them All the Same Limits of the Old Ones’
Andree Woodcock, Coventry University
Miriam Pirra (miriam.pirra@polito.it), Politecnico di Torino
Katarzyna Gut, Coventry University
Stefan Roseanu, Integral Consulting R&D
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Exploring the Feasibility of Shared Mobility Services for Reducing Transportation Disadvantage Among Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
Sarah Robinson, University of Texas, Arlington
Kristen Ravi, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Anne Nordberg, University of Texas, Arlington
Rachel Voth Schrag, University of Texas, Arlington
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Introducing a Gender Dimension to Transportation Planning: Lessons from Policy Interventions in Mexico City
Bianca Bianchi Alves, The World Bank
Karla Dominguez Gonzalez, The World Bank
Abel Lopez Dodero, The World Bank
Max Hamrick, The World Bank
Ammar A. Malik, Harvard University
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Examining Perceptions of Public Transport Safety for Young Women in Nairobi, Kenya
Tierra Bills, Wayne State University
Subeh Chowdhury, University of Auckland
John Olukuru, Strathmore University
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The Gender Dimension of the Transport Workforce
Wei-Shiuen Ng, International Transport Forum
Ashley Acker, International Transport Forum
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Women’s Safety Related to Public Transit: A Look at the U.S. and Florida
Victoria Perk, University of South Florida
Vanko Antonov, SpartaServe Consulting
Katrina Corcoran, Plan Hillsborough
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A Measure of Intimate Partner Transportation Coercion: A Systematic Review and Scale Development
Kristen Ravi (kravi2@utk.edu), University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Sarah Robinson, University of Texas, Arlington
Rachel Voth Schrag, University of Texas, Arlington
Noelle Fields, University of Texas, Arlington
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