Bus Riders Unite Organize for Transit Equity in East Portland
Transit equity advoacacy campaign for the East Side of Portland, OR
Transit Justice through Community Organizing
The popular conception of Oregon’s policy environment is one of environmentally-friendly outcomes. Our continued push to link equity and climate resilience to smart transportation investments seeks to harness this popular attitude into real action on behalf of state, regional and local decision-makers. We see a high potential to drive equitable outcomes across policy areas, as well as improve air quality, increase livability for our citizens, and decrease carbon output for the future of our world.
From driving more to driving less: a national precedent for reconsidering traffic impacts
$125,000 to the Portland State University (PSU) Foundation to refine first-of-its-kind California regulations to reduce driving in partnership with the State of California and MPOs around the state.
Evaluating Transportation Demand Management Results
Research and peer networking approach to creating performance metrics for programs intended to influence the demand for transportation.