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Women, Work, and the City.

Author: 
Wyly, Elvin K.

How do women's travel patterns between home and work differ from those of men, and what does this imply? A detailed 1996 analysis of the gender differences in employment and travel in the Twin Cities area shows that women work closer to home than men. The difference in commuting time, however, varies widely across the metropolitan area. Women's commuting patterns affect regional travel patterns, labor markets, and the way we perceive the city. Detailed maps are presented to show the geography of women's work and men's work in the large metropolitan area.

Journal: 
CURA Reporter
Publication date: 
1996
Publisher: 
Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Sponsor: 
Based on a University of Minnesota doctoral dissertation that was supported by the John R. Borchert Fellowship which was created in honor of CURA's first director.
Pages: 
26 (4): 12-17
Online availability
Download from CURA: 
CURA call number: 
Reporter 26 (4)