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DC’s Pop-Up Bus Lane: Is DC Doing Transit Like They Mean It?
We recently visited Washington DC to check out the new bus lane on Rhode Island Avenue that "popped up" during the Red Line shutdown. While the lane represents a win for…
Inclusive Transit #1: Seattle’s ORCA LIFT Program
Seattle's ORCA Lift Program provides low-income residents with discounted transit passes.
Inclusive Transit #2: Decriminalizing fare evasion at TriMet
TriMet, Portland's transit agency, recently moved to decriminalize fare evasion, and provide riders who can't afford to pay other options besides receiving a citation.
Inclusive Transit #3: NYCDOT Street Ambassadors
Instead of asking busy people to come to public meetings, NYCDOT's Street Ambassadors engage people in conversations about transportation when it's convenient for them.
Inclusive Transit #4: Metro Transit’s Ready for Rail Program
During construction of a light rail line, Minneapolis's Metro Transit partnered with a local foundation to help local businesses stay open.
Inclusive Transit #5: SFMTA’s Equity Strategy
SFMTA's Equity Strategy and Policy direct the agency to prioritize projects that impact historically marginalized communities.