Access to the county’s court locations by public transit isn’t a walk in the park. Continue reading Jury Duty? Plan Ahead if Taking Public Transit in Cook County
Despite the alleged benefits of ride-splitting, however, its advantages over public transit may be negligible. Continue reading UberPool vs. Public Transit: Can a Race Determine the Winner?
High-quality train service needs to exist in the U.S. first, no matter how effective flygskam may be elsewhere. Continue reading Can Flight-Shaming Have an Impact Where Rail Options Are Lacking?
Students who travel from farther away are already starting behind each day … only to do it all over again the next day. Continue reading 90-Minute Bus Ride for a Good Education
Today, I’m taking a 10,000-foot-view of crime in Chicago, specifically how it overlaps with environmentally burdened areas. Continue reading Environmental Justice and Crime in Chicago
There is a notable correlation of neighborhoods with low environmental burdens and neighborhoods with schools that remained open. Continue reading Environmental Justice and Education Equity in Chicago