Most Uber and Lyft trips aren't bolstering transportation options in transit deserts, but are being taken in majority White and more affluent neighborhoods, a new study out of Chicago reveals.
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Yes! Magazine offers a short history and explainer for cap-and-trade and its EJ issues
Ocean Avenue's five-block-long two-way protected bikeway closes a gap - making a continuous low-stress bike connection from the beach path to the Metro E Line Station
"So, the lessons from Measure RR are that public agency led vision and outreach, multiple stakeholders working together with a public owner and broad coalition working to get the measure passed are going to work best to get measures passed."
A new study finds that commuters with access to free public transportation don't drive any less — but they do take more leisure and shopping trips than those who have to pay their own fare, which could help provide local economies with the cash they need to provide a broader range of social services over time.