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Pakistan bus network gives women a ticket to work and study
by Zofeen T. Ebrahim
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
7 May 2022
On 7 May 2022 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Thanks to the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system in the northwestern city of Peshawar, 23-year-old Jabeen said she had been able to continue her master's degree -- keeping alive her dreams of becoming a botanist. Launched in 2020, the BRT has proved hugely popular among women in the ultra-conservative city. in Peshawar, a quarter of seats are reserved for women on the fleet of diesel-electric hybrid buses, which are equipped with CCTV cameras, guards, and have well-lit stations, making female passengers feel more at ease.
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