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Author: Susan Herbel; Danena Gaines; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; Cambridge Systematics.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2010.
Series: Conference proceedings (National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board), 46, v. 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The program for the 4th International Conference on Women's Issues in Transportation addressed longstanding issues relating to gender concerns in transportation that merit ongoing attention. It highlighted the latest research on changing demographics that affect transportation planning, programming, and policy making as well as the latest research on crash and injury prevention for different segments of the female
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Herbel; Danena Gaines; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; Cambridge Systematics.; United States. Federal Highway Administration.
ISBN: 9780309160766 0309160766
OCLC Number: 701369719
Notes: "September 27-30, 2009. Irvine, California."
"The Transportation Research Board (TRB) convened the 4th International Conference on Women's Issues in Transportation on October 27 to 30, 2009, at the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center in Irvine, California"--Page v.
Description: vii, 132 pages : illustrations, charts ; 28 cm.
Contents: Part 1. Conference Overview --
Introduction --
Framing the Issues --
Women's Travel Issues: Creating Knowledge, Improving Policy, and Making Change --
Gender, Poverty, and Transportation in the Developing World --
Changing Demographics, Women's Travel Patterns, and Transportation Policy --
Women's Travel in Developed and Developing Countries: Two Versions of the Same Story? --
Her Money or Her Time? A Gendered View of Contemporary Transportation Policy --
Topics for Further Research --
Women's Travel Patterns and Behavior --
A Commitment to Continue? Comparing Women and Men Commuters Who Choose Transit over Driving Alone --
Changing Travel Patterns of Women in the Netherlands --
Topics for Further Research --
Mobility and Safety Issues for Youth and Young Adults --
Young Women's Transportation and Labor Market Experiences --
What is the Role of Mothers in Transit-Oriented Development? The Case of Osaka-Kyoto-Kobe, Japan --
Topics for Further Research --
Mobility Issues in Africa and Asia --
What Do Existing Household Surveys Tell Us about Gender and Transportation in Developing Countries? --
Understood, Misunderstood, or Ignored: Poverty, Place, Gender, and Intracity Transportation in the Philippines --
Appreciation of Gender Difference in Development of Qualitative Level of Service for Sidewalks --
Topics for Further Research --
Attitudes and Preferences --
Creatively Committed or Burdened with Worry? Talking About Travel and Environmental Issues as a Way of "Doing Gender" --
Gender Differences in the Value of Commuting Time: Evidence From a Household Model of Subjective Life Satisfaction in Sweden --
Topics for Further Research --
Gender Equality and Equality Issues --
Gender-Equal Transportation System: Legal Study for Implementation of Gender Equality Responsibility in the Transportation Sector --
Gender Equality: A Key Tool for Reaching Sustainable Development in the Transport Sector --
Topics for Further Research --
Gender Equality in Transportation in Sweden --
Gender Equality as Subsidiary Objective of Swedish Transport Policy: What Has Happened Since 2004? --
Vision Meets Practice: Planning for a Gender-Equal Transportation System in Sweden --
Gender Mainstreaming in Transportation: the Impact of Management Control --
Topics for Further Research --
International Industry Leaders Panel --
Women's Transportation Safety and Personal Security --
Road User Safety: Women's Issues --
What is Blocking Her Path? Women, Mobility, and Security --
Topics For Further Discussion --
Older Women's Safe Mobility --
Driving Miss Daisy: Older Women as Passengers --
Traffic Violations Versus Driving Errors: Implications for Older Female Drivers --
Older Women's Safe Mobility: Extending the Amount Women Drive --
Discussant --
Topics for Further Research --
Personal Security Issues --
Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here: Understanding the Problem of "Eve Teasing" in Chennai, India --
Women-Only Passenger Rail Cars in Japan --
Crime Travel of Female Offenders in Manchester, England --
Topics for Further Research --
Driver Behavior and Crashes --
Investigation of Differences in Crash Characteristics Between Males and Females Involved in a Fatigue-Related Crash or Close-Call Event --
Spatial Variation in Motor Vehicle Crashes by Gender in the Houston, Texas, Metropolitan Area --
Female Involvement in U.S. Fatal Crashes Under a Three-Level Hierarchical Crash Model: Mediating and Moderating Factors --
Understanding the Role of Gender and the Built Environment in Teen Motor Vehicle Crashes: Analysis of 16- to 19-Year-olds in North Carolina --
Topics for Further Research --
Extreme Events: Mobility and Safety Issues for Women and Children in Times of Crisis --
Impacts of Family Responsibilities and Car Availability on Households' No-Notice Evacuation Time --
Inequality of Impacts: Women's Experiences in Extreme Events --
Women's Concerns in Extreme Events: A Call for Examination of Emergency Planning, Response, Recovery, and Mitigation --
Topics for Further Research --
Effects on Gender Mobility --
Sources of the Narrowing and Widening of Travel Differences by Gender --
Effects of Gender on Commuter Behavior Changes in the Context of Major Freeway Reconstruction --
Discussant --
Topics for Further Research --
Where Do We Go From Here? Constructing A Research Agenda --
Developing a Research Needs Statement --
Looking To The Future --
Part 2. Plenary Papers --
Women's Travel Issues: Creating Knowledge, Improving Policy, and Making Change --
Exploring Gender and Mobility --
Insights from History --
Taking Stock: Research Accomplishments and Needs --
Conclusions --
Gender, Poverty, and Transportation in the Developing World --
Millennium Development Goals: Integrating Gender --
Whither Transportation? --
From "Women" to "Gender" --
Case Study 1: Commute Against Hunger --
Case Study 2: Making Peace with the World-Class City --
Conclusion: Transportation Justice, Transnational Analysis --
Women's Travel in Developed and Developing Countries: Two Versions of the Same Story? --
Societal Trends --
The Global South: Women's Travel Patterns, Attitudes, and Preferences --
Developing Countries: Women's Travel Patterns, Attitudes, and Preferences --
Investigating Women's Travel and Translating It into Policies and Programs --
Summary and Conclusions --
Her Money Or Her Time: A Gendered View of Contemporary Transport Policy --
Gendered Time: Working and Caring --
New Finance Schemes and Women's Travel --
Public Transit Trends and Women's Travel --
Summary --
Ideas for Transportation Planning and Policy --
Road User Safety: Women's Issues --
Motor Vehicle Fatalities --
Exposure --
Risky Driving Behaviors --
Survivability in Crashes --
Summary and Research Needs --
What is Blocking Her Path? Women, Mobility, and Security --
Women's Restricted Mobility --
Women's Fear of Public Spaces: Facts and Fallacies --
Fear of Transportation Environments --
Women's Distinct Safety and Security Needs --
(Lack of) Response of U.S. Transit Operators --
Initiatives Tackling Women's Transportation Needs --
Taking Stock: What is Promising; What Needs to Happen.
Series Title: Conference proceedings (National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board), 46, v. 1.
Other Titles: Conference overview and plenary papers
Responsibility: Susan Herbel and Danena Gaines (Cambridge Systematics, Inc.), rapporteurs.

Abstract:

"The program for the 4th International Conference on Women's Issues in Transportation addressed longstanding issues relating to gender concerns in transportation that merit ongoing attention. It highlighted the latest research on changing demographics that affect transportation planning, programming, and policy making as well as the latest research on crash and injury prevention for different segments of the female population. Special attention was given to pregnant and elderly transportation users, efforts to better address and increase women's personal security when using various modes of transportation, and the impacts of extreme events such as hurricanes and earthquakes on women's mobility and that of those for whom they are responsible. This volume, Volume 1, includes the conference overview and the six commissioned resource papers."--Pub. desc.

TRB's Conference Proceedings 46: Women's Issues in Transportation: Summary of the 4th International Conference, Volume 1: Conference Overview and Plenary Papers includes an overview of the October 2009 conference and six commissioned resource papers, including the two keynote presentations. Women's Issues in Transportation: Summary of the 4th International Conference, Volume 2: Technical Papers includes 27 full peer-reviewed papers that were presented at the October 2009 conference. The conference highlighted the latest research on changing demographics that affect transportation planning, programming, and policy making, as well as the latest research on crash and injury prevention for different segments of the female population. Special attention was given to pregnant and elderly transportation users, efforts to better address and increase women's personal security when using various modes of transportation, and the impacts of extreme events such as hurricanes and earthquakes on women's mobility and that of those for whom they are responsible.

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