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Eve Bratman & Adam Jadav: How Low-Income Commuters View Cycling

Check out the latest post from Eve Bratman and Adam Jadhav on The Atlantic/CityLab

How Low-Income Commuters View Cycling

Three policy lessons for cities trying to achieve more transport equity.

New data from the U.S. Census Bureau offers encouraging news for cyclists: Nationally, bicycle commuting increased 61 percent between the 2000 Census and a 2008-2012 survey. But there’s considerable work to do before we bike ride into the sunset. Our research shows that in some places, the people who ride are mostly wealthy and white.

…continue reading at CityLab.

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The Global Environmental Politics program in the School of International Service at American University offers a unique, specialized, and world-leading graduate environmental studies education. We have two degree tracks: Global Environmental Policy (GEP), and our dual-degree Natural Resources and Sustainable Development (NRSD) option with the UN-mandated University for Peace in Costa Rica. Join us!

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