The rapid development of urbanization in contemporary Chinese urban leading to social problem increasingly complicated and diversified. On the expanding urban edge and setting up "humanist" social background, we carried out research towards women living in urban fringe area. In this study an attempt was made to understand the influence of public facilities accessibility within the city fringe on daily travel behavior by using a sample of 270 households from 3 urban fringe communities in Dalian. In particular, the travel behavior of women as affected by public facilities accessibility was assessed. This paper examines how the public facilities accessibility shapes the travel behavior of women in urban fringe area. We focus on the influence of public facilities accessibility—traditional Chinese food markets, department stores, bus stops, hospitals, banks, post offices, and socioeconomic factors—age, gender, income, occupation and household structure. Models estimated to determine the influence of public facilities accessibility characteristics on women travel behavior indicate that availability of public facilities choices did affect the daily travel behavior of women even after differences in their life-cycle stage are accounted for. And the improvement of public facilities accessibility in urban fringe area can help encourage women travel by sustainable transport approach. Recently, Dalian has been investing heavily in rail transit for public transportation, expanding the accessibility of urban fringe area without estimating current travel demand by residents within the fringe area. To explore the interrelations between public facilities accessibility and resident daily travel behavior are especially necessary in this context.