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It is well documented that women often face sexual harassment and violence dur ing their daily commutes, particularly in countries with extreme levels of gender inequality. A popular reaction to this problem is to issue women-only transit services. Despite this growing trend, we know very little about it. Looking at the case of Mexico City, this study examines, analyzes, and evaluates women-only transportation, focusing on the roles of culture and public opinion. Drawing from both qualitativedoi:10.5038/2375-0901.16.2.5 fatcat:npvryhpbqndcnjodqyjs5vbcpy