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Equity Considerations for California’s Transportation:
Research revealed to inform local and state policy recommendations


Webinar Description

President Biden just announced goals towards a clean transportation future, but local governments in California are still sorting through post-COVID scenarios and struggling to make transportation programs more equitable. Join the Institute of Local Government and the UC Institute for Transportation Studies as they host a panel of transportation experts from California’s top universities who will share project findings and policy recommendations to inform transportation choices in disadvantaged communities. Panelists will address three areas of the state (Bay Area, Central Valley, and Southern California) and address the following topics: neighborhood impacts of freight movement, the role of ride hailing in urban neighborhoods, and potential for mobility as a service in rural areas. 


  • Caroline Rodier Researcher, UC Davis Institute for Transportation Studies
  • Alexandra Pan, PhD student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
  • Gen Guiliano, Professor, Margaret and John Ferraro Chair in Effective Local Government, Director, METRANS Transportation Center, USC School of Public Policy
  • Hanna Creger, Senior Program Manager, Climate Equity
  • Abigail Solis, Sustainable Energy Solutions Manager, Self-Help Enterprises

Moderated by Karalee Browne, Assistant Executive Director, Institute for Local Government


Equity Considerations for California’s Transportation Presentation


Equity Considerations for California’s Transportation:

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