A three-part series from the Transportation Equity Caucus dives into the history of enforcement, the current landscape and a vision for the future.
This is the fourth article in a series profiling our five Living Labs, all of which are focused on bettering bike share in historically marginalized communities.
Meet 12 individuals from across the country, all of whom are doing the heavy work of promoting equity in transportation.
This term has become something of a catch-all phrase—in this article, we think critically about what we mean when we use it and consider how we might do better.
A candid conversation with Charles T. Brown, the lead investigator of a new, groundbreaking report on barriers to biking in the U.S.
Researchers studied Chicago’s Divvy system pre- and post-pandemic and found that its docking stations weren’t equitably distributed to suit users’ needs.
Here’s what policy proposals are on the radar of U.S. active transportation advocates—and how they could affect bike share.
In partnership with the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), we’re proud to offer 10 individuals a one-of-a-kind fellowship opportunity. The deadline to apply is February 1, 2021.
What is the significance of equity? Today, we’re talking about who needs it, what it looks like, and why it’s important.