By Mutsumi R. Mizuno
This time, the question is not whether Rosa Parks can sit at the front of the bus – it's whether she gets to ride the bus at all. While discrimination in transportation is no longer a matter of overt racism, many poor working people find public transportation services inadequate. And because the costs of owning and driving a car are high, private automobile transportation is not an easy option.
Special Issue (Vol. 6, No. 1: Fall 1995)
Our transportation system can tell us a lot about
On March 22, 2006 the full Metropolitan Transportation Commission voted 8-5 to delay adopting the the Environmental Justice Principles proposed by the Minority Citizens Advisory Committee (MCAC).