More Equity Resources

E-Cars Not the Only Answer for Reducing Carbon Emissions: E-Bikes Overlooked

Source: Treehugger
Reports that from any basis of comparison—speed of rollout, cost, equity, safety, the space taken for driving or parking, embodied carbon or operating energy—e-bikes beat e-cars for most people, however,
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New USDOT National Roadway Safety Strategy and FHWA Update to Highway Safety Improvement Program

Source: USDOT
At its core, the NRSS is a USDOT-wide adoption of the Safe System Approach, focused on five key objectives: safer people, safer roads, safer vehicles, safer speeds, and post-crash care.
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Montgomery County, MD: Increasing Equitable Transit Access by Improving Walkability

Source: Brookings
Describes efforts to study and tackle pedestrian access as a fundamental equity issue across communities that a new rail line will serve.
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Mobility for the People: Evaluating Equity Requirements in Shared Micromobility Programs

Source: National Institute for Transportation and Communities
Investigates equity in shared micromobility by collecting information from 239 programs across the U.S. and conducting case studies and literature review.
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How to Engage with New Elected Leaders

Source: Transportation for America
Offers three tips for engaging with newly elected officials on transportation projects.
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A Guide to Ensuring Equity in Transportation

Source: StreetLight Data
Describes how to use new demographic insights to invest in equity-first infrastructure.
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Electric Micromobility in Oregon

Source: Oregon DOT
Provides best practices and recommendations for e-micromobility.
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Visuals Convey Difference between Equality and Equity

Source: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Shares updated ways to visually convey the difference between equality and equity.
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Comprehensive Look at Bike Helmets

Source: Slate
Documents the history of bicycle helmets.
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ITE Foundational Equity Glossary Draft

Source: Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)
Provides a consistent and standard way to evaluate transportation equity.
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