Transport Equity

Transport Equity

Lower-income communities often have fewer convenient options for transportation – fewer bus and train lines, less access to transit passes and higher fares when they pay cash.  As a result they wind up driving, in older cars that pollute more.  It adds up to one...

Off the Seamy side of transit

A seamless transit system stitching together the 25-odd transit agencies in the Bay Area would go a long way toward cutting car use and the emissions it entails in these days of routine 80-mile commutes and high expectations for transportation convenience. Here is...

Combination Strategies to Eliminate ICE Car Use

Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) cars, trucks, trains, buses, planes all have to go. No single approach can do it. This page explores some combinations that might. Urban density alone won’t get Americans out of their cars This article is based on the study below....
About TNCs

About TNCs

Read here about Transportation Network Companies such as Uber and Lyft.  What are their effects on CO2 emissions?  How do they change travel patterns?  What is happening with attempts to keep private transportation companies from undercutting public transit?  Can they...