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Not Minding the Gap: Does Ride-Hailing Serve Transit Deserts?

Transit has long connected people to opportunities but access to transit varies greatly across space. In some cases, unevenly distributed transit supply creates gaps in service that impede travelers' abilities to cross space and access jobs or other …

Towards Mobility Justice: Linking Transportation and Education Equity in the Context of School Choice

**Problem, research strategy, and findings** Transportation equity research addresses questions of participation and planning process or the distribution of transportation's benefits and burdens. This work largely elides issues related to youth and …

Supplemental Infrastructure: How Community Networks and Immigrant Identity Influence Cycling

While factors such as urban form, infrastructure, and attitudes shape cycling behavior, the experience of cycling can vary drastically across socioeconomic and identity groups. For foreign-born residents of the United States, additional factors …

Perceptions, People, and Places: Influences on Cycling for Latino Immigrants and Implications for Equity

The recent growth in cycling in the United States has paralleled a growth in the diversity of cyclists, but what encourages people to bicycle is not the same across all demographic groups. This study uses intercept survey data from predominately …

How Effective Are Community Pedestrian Safety Training Workshops? Short-Term Findings from a Program in California

**Introduction** Pedestrians and bicyclists make up a disproportionate share of road deaths and injuries, and low-income, majority person-of-color communities tend to face the greatest danger. Comprehensive pedestrian safety programs targeted toward …

Not All Crashes Are Created Equal: Associations between the Built Environment and Disparities in Bicycle Collisions

Historically disadvantaged populations are disproportionately represented in bicycle crashes. Previous research has found that Black and Hispanic bicyclists and areas with higher populations of non-White residents, lower median income, and high …

Immigration, Income, and Public Transit Perceptions: Findings from an Intercept Survey

Although a significant fraction of public transit riders in the United States are immigrants, relatively little research explores whether immigrants have unique transit experiences. This paper analyzes intercept survey data from 1,247 transit riders …