More Equity Resources

Equity Analysis in Regional Transportation Planning Processes

Source: Transportation Research Board
Transportation agencies that manage federally funded programs and projects are responsible for ensuring that their plans, programs, policies, services, and investments benefit everyone in their jurisdictions equitably.
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Micromobility Policy Atlas

Source: Shared-Use Mobility Center
The Micromobility Policy Atlas classifies shared bike, e-bike, and scooter policies across a dozen areas of regulation and management, providing information on guidelines, permits, and laws from from around the world.
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Driving Down Emissions

Source: Smart Growth America
Explores how land-use and transportation decisions are inextricably connected, and unpacks five strategies that can make a significant dent in the growth of emissions while building a more just and equitable society,
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Influencing Complete Streets Policies at the Regional Level

Source: Safe Routes Partnership
Outlines success stories, best practices, and resources to plan, fund, and build safer, more convenient streets for biking and walking through Complete Streets policies.
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Eight Investments That Work for Physical Activity

Source: International Society for Physical Activity and Health
This ISPAH document provides an overview of best evidence which can be used to advocate, inform and lead physical activity policy and discussion.
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Paving Equity Into the Streets of Oakland

Source: Transfers Magazine
Notes that transportation agencies have the power to begin reversing structural racial inequities and provides a case study of the newly formed Oakland DOT and its equity approach.
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Transforming Street and Sidewalk Management from a Liability into an Opportunity

Source: Passport Labs and StudioID
Explores how a unified, flexible operating system for mobility management can help cities reduce congestion, drive economic activity, enact and enforce equity requirements and achieve other mobility and policy goals.
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The Role of Transit, Shared Modes, and Public Policy in the New Mobility Landscape

Source: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine; Transportation Research Board
Reports that shared modes of transportation, such as ride-hailing and scooter and bike sharing, can enhance mobility, equity, and sustainability in metropolitan areas.
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City Leadership in a Pandemic

Source: NACTO
Report captures new playbooks to protect essential workers, adapted streets for safety and mobility, and preparations for an equitable and sustainable recovery.
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Recommendations of the Safe System Consortium

Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy and the Institute of Transportation Engineers
Offers key recommendations and actions for policymakers to motivate change within the current course of road safety work and move towards a more equitable transportation system.
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