A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey of 1, female travellers in Tokyo, London, New York City, Cairo and Mexico City found less than half were in favour of women-only sections on trains and buses to boost safety. But nearly 70 percent of women in Tokyo backed single sex carriages that were introduced into the city in to combat a phenomenon commonly known as "chikan", or groping, on trains. More than half of women in the Japanese capital said safety was their top transport concern but seven in 10 were confident they could now travel without sexual harassment or violence. 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 their safety. But less than 30 percent of women were in favour of women-only carriages in New York and London where the time and cost of travel were seen as more pressing issues than safety.
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Sexual assault of schoolgirls is commonplace on Japan's public transportation, but now more girls are speaking out. Tokyo, Japan - Tamaka Ogawa was about 10 years old when she was sexually assaulted for the first time. It was a public holiday and she was on the subway.
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By Radhika Sanghani. Jeremy Corbyn has suggested a consultation on women-only train carriages at night to reduce sex attacks in the UK. The Labour leadership front-runner said a number of women had suggested the proposal to him, and he would be keen to hear from more women to see if they'd welcome women-only train carriages. It's extremely controversial and divisive - fellow Labour leader candidate Yvette Cooper has already criticised it. Just got off tube.
Tokyo CNN A new device aimed at tackling sexual harassment on crowded trains and public transport has sold out just half an hour after it went on sale in Japan. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. A stamp-maker in Japan has developed an 'anti-groping' stamp to discourage rush-hour harassment. The "anti-groping" stamps, manufactured by stamp-maker Shachihata Inc.