From walking to cycling, how we get around a city is a gender equality issue - new research

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Cycling gives women better access to cities. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Oyinlola Oyebode
Associate Professor in Public Health, University of Warwick
Rahul Goel
Research Associate, University of Cambridge
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