Fact Sheet How Can Cities Create More Equitable Transportation Systems?
Christina Plerhoples Stacy, Yipeng Su, Owen Noble, Alena Stern, Kristin Blagg, Macy Rainer, Richard Ezike
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All Americans need some form of transportation to access employment, education, health care, and other services. But not everyone has equal access to high-quality, reliable, and safe transportation. This fact sheet highlights recommendations for how to increase transportation equity from case studies of four metropolitan regions.

Research Areas Economic mobility and inequality Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Race and equity
Tags Racial and ethnic disparities Transportation Job opportunities Workers in low-wage jobs Labor force Beyond high school: education and training Community and economic development Inequality and mobility Racial inequities in economic mobility Racial inequities in neighborhoods and community development
Policy Centers Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center Research to Action Lab