Public transportation agencies in the United States are exploring new Mobility as a Services (MaaS) models to supplement traditional services, yet transportation disparities persist in Black communities and disproportionately impact access. This publication highlights the effects of historical red lining practices and offers policy recommendations to keep Black communities in mind.
This report highlights the significant relationship between the transportation sector and Black labor and the disproportionate economic impact of autonomous vehicles on African Americans.
This report highlights on-going challenges affecting African Americans in the transportation system and provides policy recommendations for how shared mobility, electric vehicles, and autonomous vehicles can equitably serve the Black […]
The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) was signed into law in December 2015 by President Barack Obama. The bill provides $305 billion over five years (2016 – 2020) […]
Transportation in the United States has historically favored middle-class and affluent neighborhoods at the expense of disadvantaged communities, resulting in skewed patterns of infrastructure development in metropolitan areas across the […]