This webinar explores the idea of equity in the context of
active transportation and suggests approaches for planners working to make
cycling and walking programs and projects more equitable. The session includes:
A definition of terms. What do we mean by
equity? Can it be quantified? What outcomes do we expect if we are planning for
transportation equity, and how do we measure those?
Examples of where equity work is happening
around the U.S. Learn about projects
that address equity from the perspective of under-served communities (youth,
women, people of color, immigrant).
How to develop a network and communication
strategy to support equity work and find the right partners to work with.
Naomi Doerner, Program Manager, Prevention Research Center at Tulane University
Helen Ho, Community Design Fellow, Hester Street Collaborative
Adonia Lugo, Equity Initiative Manager, League of American Bicyclists
Recorded December 18, 2013
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