Justice-centered transportation policy needs to expand the lens to include forms of transportation like mircromobility. For communities with transportation deficits – like first/last mile gaps and unreliable public transportation – offering intermediate forms of transportation can bring huge relief. The focus with micromobility is now expanding these options into underserved, BIPOC communities with the highest need for innovative transportation solutions. In an article done with Bird Cities, Dr. Shelley Francis discusses the role of micromobility providers in the equity conversation and how innovative transportation solutions can continue to improve outcomes for the most vulnerable among us. You can read the article here.