Transportation Equity & Black Lives Matter

September 21, 2020
Posted in News
September 21, 2020 Charles Brown

Charles was recently featured in the recent Washington Post article, “New Yorkers are biking for Black lives — and to end disparities in cycling” on racial disparities exhibited in bicycling, how this connects to over-policing and community disinvestment, and why transportation equity is important for the Black Lives Matter movement. The article can be found here.

“We are disproportionately more likely to be hit and killed by a car. We don’t have access to quality bicycle infrastructure,” said Charles T. Brown, a senior researcher at the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers.

Image Credit: Michael Noble Jr. for The Washington Post.


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