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Public sexual harassment of women conducting their everyday lives is significantly underreported. Such experiences are not only traumatic, but can have a long term effect on women’s sense of worth and on their mobility patterns. The design of future transport systems provides an opportunity to address many aspects of mobility, from origin to destination and the factors influencing or limiting travel choices. Richer, more inclusive dialogues with transport users during planning and implementation may reduce current inequalities and create more inclusive accessible transport systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication5th International Conference "Towards a Humane City"
Subtitle of host publicationUrban Transport 2013 - Mastering Change
EditorsVuk Bogdanovic, Valentina Basaric
Place of PublicationNovi Sad
PublisherUniversity of Novi Sad
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)978-86-7892-739-3
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventInternational Conference 'Towards a humane city: Urban Transport 2030 -Mastering Change - University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia
Duration: 5 Nov 20156 Nov 2015


ConferenceInternational Conference 'Towards a humane city: Urban Transport 2030 -Mastering Change
CityNovi Sad


  • Transport and urban design
  • gender equality

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    Osmond, J., & Woodcock, A. (2015). EVERYDAY HARASSMENT and WOMEN’S MOBILITY. In V. Bogdanovic, & V. Basaric (Eds.), 5th International Conference "Towards a Humane City": Urban Transport 2013 - Mastering Change (pp. 169-176). Novi Sad: University of Novi Sad.