Invaluable resources shared by Mobilizing Justice workshop

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Keynote and presentation videos and slides from the Mobilizing Justice workshop are now available on the Mobilizing Justice website.  The materials are invaluable transportation equity resources, posted with kind permission of presenters.

Keynotes from the workshop include:

  • Equity and New Mobility, Possibilities and Pitfalls by Evelyn Blumenberg, UCLA (video) (presentation file)
  • Seeking to promote transport justice? Start measuring transport problems! by Karel Martens, Technion University (video) (presentation file)
  • Understanding and addressing technology-based exclusion in emerging smart mobility systems by Aaron Golub, Portland State (video) (presentation file)
Presentations by section include:
  1. Autonomous Vehicles and Social Equity
    • Critical evaluations of autonomous vehicles social equity impacts by Todd Litman, VTPI (video) (presentation file)
    • How elite transport visions could generate new geographies of inequality by Paris Marx, McGill University (video) (presentation file)
    • AVs & the battle/ballet of the street by Anna Kramer, McGill University (video) (presentation file)
  2. Shared Mobility and Social Equity
    • Ride-hailing, but for whom? by Mischa Young, University of Toronto (video) (presentation file)
    • The adoption of shared mobility and its impact on travel choices by Giovanni Circella, UC Davis (video) (presentation file)
  3. Micro-transit, Bike Sharing and Social Equity
    • Microtransit for transportation equity in Detroit by Tierra Bills, Wayne State University (video) (presentation file)
    • Investigating equity in bike share programs by Kate Hosford, Simon Fraser University (video) (presentation file)