The mobility of women is more multimodal and intermodal than that of men. Women travel differently than men and are more likely to travel multimodal, which changes their mode of transport. Gender bias is becoming a serious problem in transportation and needs to be addressed. Transporting people
In recent years, the number of passenger cars in the Netherlands has grown significantly. So much so that the number of passenger cars is growing faster than the population of 18 years and older. Figures from Statistics Netherlands show that men between 65 and 75 years old are the most likely to own a car, namely almost 80%. That is
When you think of women-friendly cities, you may spontaneously think of public toilets and more lighting, but not immediately of a women's taxi. If it is up to Girl's Ride, there will soon be two taxis driving around Brussels on Saturday evening that only take women, at least that is the plan for a new taxi service for and by women.