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  • February 15, 2018 | AP News

    Kept Out: How Banks Block People of Color from Homeownership

    Fifty years after the federal Fair Housing Act banned racial discrimination in lending, African Americans and Latinos continue to be routinely denied conventional mortgage loans at rates far higher than their white counterparts.This modern-day redlining persisted in 61 metro areas even when...

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  • February 14, 2018 | Huffington Post

    Can There Be Equity in the Bike Lane?

    Some cities are trying to make bike sharing more accessible — and to combat its elite image. They’re calling it bike equity. Bike sharing may be the ultimate symbol of gentrification, the province of avocado-toast loving, espresso-swilling — and mostly white — millennials. But some cities are...

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  • February 09, 2018 | CityLab

    Miami's Beleaguered Metrorail Gets a Real-Time Report Card

    Over the past week, more than 1,500 trains were scheduled to pass through downtown Miami’s Government Center Metrorail station. As of Thursday afternoon, just 383 arrived on time. The vast majority—927, to be exact—arrived late or bunched too closely to a previous train. And the remaining 208...

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  • February 06, 2018 | NJ.com

    Activists Call for More Electric Public Transportation

    Renewable energy advocates in Jersey City, NJ rallied in City Hall to call for the electrification of New Jersey's public transportation system. The event, organized by Jersey Renews along with the Amalgamated Transit Union, came the day after "transit equity day," an effort by the labor...

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