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Four Lessons for Cities to Help Advance Equitable Transportation during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
Black, Indigenous, and people of color; people with disabilities; the elderly; and people with irregular work schedules often face significant barriers to finding safe and affordable means of transportation to work.
Winter Is Here. With COVID-19 Limiting Shelter Capacity, What Will It Mean for People Experiencing Homelessness?
Because of COVID-19, many homeless shelters are closed or operating at limited capacity.
Housing Policy Responses to Past Crises Haven’t Advanced Racial Equity or Economic Mobility. This Crisis Can Be Different.
Four practical policy principles can guide a more equitable housing response to COVID-19 and beyond.
A survey in Washington State provides a model for other states to strengthen relationships with and better serve American Indian tribes and Native communities.
The plan president-elect Biden released during his campaign suggests his administration plans to invest in communities through housing.
The federal government has historically not invested much in funding transit operations. But the CARES Act allocated $25 billion to transit, potentially setting a new precedent.
Businesses hit hard by COVID-19 include restaurants, retail stores, beauty stores and spas, bars and nightlife venues, and fitness venues—key components of commercial corridors.
People in rural areas deserve the same access to life-improving resources, services, and evidence as those in urban areas.