The issues at stake in enhancing women’s mobility and making transport more gender neutral are addressed in this publication. Many of these issues have been extensively researched, but still receive limited attention in developing gender-specific policies, programmes, and mandates. Methods to translate gender research findings into policy need to be explored. In this respect, the gender impact of transport policies needs to be regularly assessed in monitoring their contribution to a gender-neutral transport system. As the concept of gender-neutral transport varies significantly in place and time with respect to values, needs, choices, constraints, and impacts, genderneutral transport needs to be addressed through international collaboration.