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The basic principle of this Women-Friendly City is how a city is built to be inclusive for all its citizens, women and men, rich and poor, civil society, the private sector and of course safe, so that all citizens can work, socialize and actualize themselves. This study aims to map the urgency of developing women-friendly cities. The research was conducted in Colomadu, Solo City - Central Java Province. Involved 100 respondents consisting of; 20 early adolescents (12-16 years old); 20 late teens (17-25 years old); 20 early adults (age 26-35 years); 20 late adults (age 36-45 years); and 20 early elderly people (age 46-55 years). Aspects of research seen from things namely; Rules, Commitments, Document methods and Availability of facilities. Processing data using descriptive statistical methods.
Keywords: Women friendly city, Sustainable development; Gender; Solo