Barriers to women ridership, In light of pink ticket policy : case of Delhi (Softcopy is also available)

by Sabharwal, Shuktika (PG180988)
Additional authors: Joshi, Rutul (Guide)
Physical details: xiii,25,69p. Year: 2020 List(s) this item appears in: Women Shaping the Built Environment : Knowledge and Practice
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Contents
Undertaking i
Certificate iii
Acknowledgments . v
Abstract ix
Table of contents . xiii
List of tables xviii
List of figures xix
1 Introduction 1
1.1 Background 1
1.2 Introduction to the policy 2
1.3 Research question . 3
1.4 Aim 3
1.5 Objectives 3
Topic 3
1.6 Scope and limitation 3
1.7 Challenges . 4
1.8 Methodology 4
Need for qualitative research methods in transport studies. 4
1.8.1 Why is Qualitative research most relevant to this research? 5
Qualitative research tool . 5
1.8.2 Semi structured Interviews 6
1.9 Data collection method . 7
Tool 8
Sampling 8
1.9.1 Where to conduct they surveys? 8
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1.9.2 Structure of thesis 10
2 Introduction to the city 11
2.1 Introduction ..... 11
Bus services as backbone of Urban mobility 12
2.2 Women riders in Buses 12
2.3 Unsafety in Public transport in Delhi 13
2.4 Pink Ticket Policy 14
3 Literature Review .. 15
3.1 Introduction ..... 15
3.2 Transport is not gender-neutral .... 15
i) Women mobility due to differential gender roles 15
ii) Time poverty (economic) . 16
iii) Safety . 16
iv) Physical/Infrastructure... 16
v) Spatial . 16
vi) Eyes on Street 17
3.3 Gender and mobility shape each other 17
3.4 Pricing Policy 18
3.5 Public transport and Land use . 18
3.6 Mix land use and women trips- women mobility and Sprawl and job centres 19
3.7 Why to invest in women mobility? 20
3.8 Women-only Transport: A solution to what end? 20
The findings of the literature review 22
4 ANALYSIS 23
4.1 Introduction 23
Barriers to woman ridership, In light of Pink ticket Policy- A case of Delhi
4.2 Respondents and Data set 23
4.2.1 Sampling 24
4.2.2 Routes 25
4.3 Questionnaire- Data set 25
4.4 Semi structured Interview 25
4.5 Data analyzation 26
4.6 Developing and Applying codes 27
4.6.1 Code . 27
4.7 Thematic analysis 27
4.8 Certain questions or conclusions after the surveys-(change) 28
4.9 How to triangulate? 28
4.10 Applying the codes 29
4.11 Data collection discourse 30
4.11.1 Challenges . 30
(A) Women’s’ narratives 33
4.11.2 Empowering 42
4.11.3 Safety . 45
4.11.4 Understanding the unspoken- 46
4.11.5 Nighttime bus travel 48
4.11.6 Incidental- Man views 48
(B) Impact on Travel 49
5 Discussion 54
6 Conclusion 55
6.1 Data 56
6.2 Interviews 56
6.3 Ridership and Barriers 56
7 References 59
8 Appendices 63
8.1 Appendix A 63
8.2 Appendix B 64
8.3 Appendix C0. 65
8.4 Appendix C 66
8.5 Appendix D 67
8.6 Appendix E 68
8.7 Language 69
8.8 Sampling 69
8.9 Interview ethics 69
8.10 Photography and identities 69
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