She Drives KSA: A National Research Project about The Impact Of Women Driving On Sustainable Development And Traffic Safety In The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia
She Drives KSA welcomes you to a national research project that simulates a vision of a homeland. The research is conducted by a team at the Imam Abdul Rahman bin Faisal University, in cooperation with specialists from the General Administration of Traffic in Saudi Arabia.
This research coincides with the launch of an important development event in the history of the Kingdom Saudi Arabia; the permit for women to drive in Saudi Arabia.
The aim is to explore and monitor the transition period between the decree change of women's driving, the consequences of this decision, the preparatory procedures for its implementation, and the impact that it might have on the sustainable development (in terms of economy, environment and society), as well as on traffic safety.
We are confident that by sharing your views - men and women - by filling out the questionnaire, will help ensure the safety of the decision’s implementation.
We are confident that by sharing your views - men and women - by filling out the questionnaire, will help ensure the safety of the decision’s implementation. The questionnaire will be distributed in two phases, separated by the date of the start of the women's driving and the decision, God willing, on the 10th of Shawwal 1439 AH. The first phase will happen before the removal of the ban on women driving, and the second phase after women begin driving. .
Your commitment to fill out the questionnaire in both phases will deem you eligible to win some of the lottery prizes that include multiple brand new cars, insurance premium vouchers, and other incentive prizes.
All data will be treated strictly for scientific purposes only.
Together we can contribute to a brighter future for a thriving economy and a vibrant society.
We greatly appreciate your active participation, loyalty and ambition.
Dr. Najah Bint Moqbel bin Abdullah Al - Qarawi
Professor of Geography of Transport, Department of Geography and Geographic Information Systems
Dean of Community Service and Sustainable Development University of Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal