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Now more than ever, transit decisions must be made with equity in mind to ensure our the vulnerable residents and workers are able to get where they need to go safely.
The timing of the COVID-19 pandemic could not be worse for the once-in-a-decade census.
Increasing homeless populations are not unique to coastal cities like San Francisco.
Without better tools and data to enable cities to explicitly hardwire equity into technology programs, technology could instead exacerbate inequities.
New investments can revitalize historically excluded neighborhoods, but planners must prioritize racial equity.
If parks aren’t designed with residents in mind, they can go underutilized, or the opposite—price long-time residents out of the neighborhood.
Population counts don’t show everything cities should know about their housing needs.
Opportunity Zone regulations allow a broad range of uses and do not require investments to benefit residents.

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