Place determinants and social dimensions interact to produce mobility patterns. The article
seeks to measure to what extent the physical and social conditions of the residency place modulate
the intensity of mobility particularly in what concerns gender inequalities. To do so, we first present
the theoretical framework, which guides our perspective on mobility inequalities and the geographical
focus: Lisbon Metropolitan Area (LMA). Secondly, using logistic regression on representative data
from a survey to LMA inhabitants we elaborate on the concept of environmental motility and its
relationship to various types of inequality. Lastly, we systematize a view on accumulated inequalities
examining how local environments may increase the mobilities gender gap.