The purpose of this project is to determine how the built environment of rapid transit stations can impact gender inclusion. The project examines gender and transit through an intersectional lens, identifying barriers to access and biases in the built environment. Recommendations for specific built environment features are identified based on a literature review, a survey conducted in Vancouver, and policies from five cities that lead the way in gender inclusion and transit.

Partner: City of Vancouver
Keywords: social sustainability, transportation

Emily Baird