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Webinars | 2014

Leverage Transportation Investments to Support Fair and Inclusive Access to Jobs

Transportation infrastructure is a critical link to ensuring opportunity for all—connecting us to jobs, housing, health care, and grocery stores. Even more, transportation planning and investment decisions—what we build, where it is placed, and who builds it—are central to creating equitable communities. Local leaders are maximizing economic and social equity benefits by leveraging...

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Women in Construction: 6.9 Percent is Not Enough.

The typical construction worker earns nearly $19.00 an hour - double the typical wage in female-dominated occupations such as home health aides, maids and child care workers.  This fact sheet discusses the participation of women in the construction industry and explains how increasing women's participation in construction and other fields traditionally dominated by men is critical to ensuring...

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Getting to Work: Transportation Policy and Access to Job Opportunities

“Getting to Work: Transportation Policy and Access to Job Opportunities,” is the fourth in a series of reports by The Leadership Conference Education Fund examining the key roles transportation and mobility play in the struggle for civil rights and equal opportunity. The reports highlight critical issues and make recommendations for policymakers as they draft a re-authorization of the nation’s...

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2011

The Road To Good Jobs: Making Training Work

With major transportation investments all but guaranteed as a near-term job creation strategy, the question whether those hit hardest by the recession-minorities and women-will be lifted up or left behind. This report features the first ever compilation of all 50 states and the District of Columbia on use of On the Job Training to boost job access for minorities and women.

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Latinos in the Transportation Sector

As the fastest-growing segment of the labor force and one that is already contributing to growth in the transportation sector, Latinos stand to benefit from job creation in transportation.  Policies designed to diversify the career opportunities available to Latino workers, especially those facing educational and language barriers, are critical to building on the momentum of job growth in this...

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Working Together: A Systems Approach for Transit Training

This publication draws example from the Center’s national labor-management committees, which have met regularly for several years to develop consensus training guidelines. These joint committees have focused on five transit maintenance occupations: bus, rail signals, traction power, rail vehicles and transit elevator/escalator. A parallel joint effort has been crafting a national framework for...

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More Transit = More Jobs: New Report

What would happen if 20 metropolitan areas shifted 50% of their highway funds to transit? They would generate 1,123,674 new transit jobs over a five-year period — for a net gain of 180,150 jobs over five years — without a single dollar of new spending. That's the finding of TEN's new study, more Transit=More Jobs. 

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