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
Many Chicago residents are faced with environmental burdens. Does access to transportation compound these burdens? Continue reading Environmental Justice and Transportation Equity in Chicago