Harassment on Public Transport: A Tale of Three Cities

Event: ADB Transport Forum 2016

Harassment on Public Transport: A Tale of Three Cities

14 September 2016
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Women are the predominant users of public transport. Yet the transportation systems they depend on are not geared toward their needs. ADB’s 2015 report on the prevalence of harassment on public transport across three cities in Central and West Asia shows the impact of this behavior on women’s lives, and why designing safe and reliable transport for women is designing better transport for all.

Geographical Focus: 
Subregional- Central and West Asia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event


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