Student Guadalupe Ortiz Dominguez in Mexico City, which was ranked as having the most dangerous transport system by the poll, said women-only carriages are not the answer. Tokyo has been struggling to stop sexual harassment on trains, where police figures found more than two-thirds of 1, groping or molestation cases reported in the city in took place on trains or in stations. Women in Cairo and Mexico City also said safety was their biggest concern about using public and private transport, and 60 percent and 55 percent respectively said women-only sections on trains and buses would improve safety. Transport for London policy manager Mandy McGregor said there are no plans to introduce single-sex carriages in the British capital, despite some public debate. A majority of women in Tokyo approve of the single-sex carriages introduced in the city in to combat groping on trains, according to a survey. More than half of women surveyed in the city said safety was their top transport concern, but seven in 10 were confident they could now travel without being subjected to sexual harassment or violence. But nearly 70 percent of women in Tokyo backed the single-sex carriages introduced in the city in to combat a phenomenon commonly known as chikan, or groping, on trains. Tokyo , transportation , harassment , women , sex crimes , trains , London.
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