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GENDER-SENSITIVE REFORMS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT - A CASE OF KERALA - GIZ

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CHEVRE Antoine

Transport Team Leader

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GENDER-SENSITIVE REFORMS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT - A CASE OF KERALA - GIZ

Considering these factors, the Kerala State Transport Department (KSTD) initiated this study with the objective of improving women’s safety in public transport with support of the Indo-German cooperation project ‘Integrated Sustainable Urban Transport Systems for Smart Cities’ (SMART-SUT) as part of the Indo-German Green Urban Mobility Partnership (GUMP) funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and jointly implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), India. The objective of this study is to strategize suitable actions which can be taken up by the Government of Kerala (GoK) for improving women’s safety in public transport and increase women’s ridership.

https://transport.urban-industrial.in/hrdpmp/igep-uid/content/e13441/e13340/e13341/e13779/e14031/GenderandMobility.pdf

 

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