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3-18-2022

Description

This presentation will cover experiences, disparities, and solutions to gendered travel differences. Madeline will discuss research from a worldwide survey of harassment on public transit with specific insights from Los Angeles and research from two agency-led studies in Los Angeles. The talk will cover the large issues that make women's travel needs distinct from their male counter-parts - safety and complex travel patterns and some promising solutions for addressing these disparities.

Biographical Information

Madeline Brozen is the Deputy Director for the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies. Her research focuses on transportation needs for priority populations and how transportation can enable increased access to opportunity. She has a background in GIS and remote sensing, enjoys using a variety of different research methods and working to ensure that research can help advance progressive policy.

Subjects

Sexual harassment, Social policy, Transportation -- Women, Transportation -- Planning

Disciplines

Transportation | Urban Studies | Urban Studies and Planning

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https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/37184

Addressing Gendered Harassment and Women's Travel Needs

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