How Indonesian Cities Are Prioritizing Inclusive Public Transport

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The lack of holistic data on how marginalized and differently-abled groups move in major cities is often a barrier to developing more inclusive urban transport systems. At the same time, studies have shown that such groups are the primary public transport users in many regions, with Indonesia being no exception. A sustainable, equitable future for Indonesian cities must start with standardized planning processes that are based on the needs of those traditionally excluded from transport planning, such as women, children, caregivers, people with disabilities, and older people.

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