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  • July 25, 2018 | Curbed San Francisco

    Muni Plans Better Service for Low-Income Riders, People with Disabilities

    San Francisco MTA (SFMTA) reforms also single out neighborhoods with significant minority populations. As reported in the San Francisco Examiner, City Hall is making plans to improve Muni service specifically aimed at low-income neighborhoods, people with disabilities, and communities of color....

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  • July 24, 2018 | WGBH

    Bike-Share Equity in Boston, A Work in Progress

    Dorchester is home to nearly a fifth of Boston’s population, but only has about a dozen bike-share docks – that’s if you count the southernmost one at the Franklin Park Zoo. The current inventory leaves out neighborhoods farther south including Ashmont Hill, Neponset, Codman Square and Lower...

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  • July 20, 2018 | Crosscut

    SDOT Pushes Equity as Thousands More Dockless Bikes Roll In

    City of Seattle officials hope new bike share regulations widen access in low-income areas and ease parking woes. As they prepare to potentially allow double the number of dockless bike share bikes on Seattle streets, city transportation officials hope to address two big issues: equity and parking.

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  • July 19, 2018 | Curbed

    Bird Scooters to Offer Discounted Rides to Low-Income Riders

    The One Bird program comes as other micromobility startups are proposing programs for more environmental and social equity. Bird, the rapidly expanding scooter startup, just announced a new program to subsidize rides for underserved communities and promote transit equity.

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