Brief What if Cities Combined Car-Based Solutions with Transit to Improve Access to Opportunity?
Rolf Pendall, Evelyn Blumenberg, Casey Dawkins
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This essay argues that transportation policies need to overcome the “cars versus transit” mentality that isolates the urban poor from economic opportunities. It proposes creating new regional coalitions that can assess the transportation needs of very low income households and implement solutions that combine affordable car ownership, ride sharing, and expanded transit access.
Research Areas Wealth and financial well-being Neighborhoods, cities, and metros
Tags Transportation Wealth inequality Mobility Inequality and mobility
Policy Centers Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center