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Towards Evidence-Based Transportation Equity Policy

Main Objectives

What is Mobilizing Justice?

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A partnership addressing transportation inequities in Canadian cities through research and knowledge mobilization.

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Coordinating and focusing Canada’s transportation researchers and practitioners on the accessibility, participation challenges, and lived experiences of people from equity deserving communities.

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Leveraging our partnership to develop innovative tools and resources needed by communities and decision makers for more equitable transportation outcomes.

Working Groups

Mobilizing Justice is organized into six working groups that will carry out various tasks of the project.

Insights

This section brings together reports, policy statements, articles, and books that provide better insights on equity issues in transport.

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4 Jul 2022
MJ Survey of Local Elected Officials on Transportation Released

Mobilizing Justice’s Equitable Community Planning working group has launched a survey to better understand the values and experiences of elected officials. The survey will… Read More

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Blogs
9 Aug 2022
Canadian community initiatives working towards transportation equity
Kara Martin

Transport poverty occurs when inequitable transportation infrastructure and systems impede access to employment, services, educational opportunities, food, open space and leisure, and other destinations. People… Read More

Partners

See our Partners

Our partners will lend their expertise, drive the working groups' focus, and will play critical roles in data gathering, community engagement, pilot design, etc.

ATUCanada
ARTM
Calgary
CanadianInstituteOfPlanners
CanadaMortgageAndHousingCorporation
CanadianUrbanInstitute
CUTA
TCAT
cirodd
CIRRELT
Edmonton
ESRI-Canada
FederationOfCanadianMunicipalities
InfrastructureCanada
McGill
McMasterUniversity
MemorialUniversity
Metrolinx
Montral
Pantonium
PembinaInstitute
RegionWaterloo
RideShark
SimonFraserUniversity
SocialSciencesHumanitiesResearch2
Spare
StatisticsCanada
Toronto
TTC
Transit
Translink
UnitedWay-GreaterToronto
UniversityBritishColumbia
UniversityManitoba
UniversityOregon
UniversityTexas
UniversityToronto
UniversityWaterloo
UrbanStrategyInc
Vancouver
Via
YorkRegion