Researchers analyze crash data following London's 2003 implementation of a congestion-charge zone, while Seattle reduces transit fares for low-income riders.
Poverty rates are rising in many suburban areas, but suburban public transit systems are often inadequate for low-income residents trying to get to work.
Two recent reports show how our designing transportation systems with all users in mind can help prevent pedestrian fatalities and improve access to jobs for low-income workers.
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