Recorded April 27, 2022
Transportation accounts for the largest share of emissions in the United States. But many U.S. cities benefit by having dense urban footprints. By expanding low- and zero-carbon mobility options, cities can help to build more equitable transportation systems and increase economic mobility.
Alison Sant, author of From the Ground Up: Local Efforts to Create Resilient Cities, and Ashwat Narayanan of Our Streets Minneapolis joined us to identify how to serve under-resourced communities through investments in walking, cycling, and public transportation.