CNU Project for Transportation Reform Annual Summit 2014

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This year’s Project for Transportation Reform summit, Equity + Transportation, focused on the interaction between equity and transportation and how we can redefine transportation standards to support safe, vibrant, and equitable streets.

Equity + Tool Boxes

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On Monday, September 22, 2014, Stephanie Pollack presented at the  2014 Rail~Volution Equitable TOD Symposium on Information Station, a user-friendly web portal that combines data from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC)’s station area typology and the Dukakis Center’s rating system for equitable TOD. Download Presentation (PDF)

Challenges in Achieving Equity in Transit Rich Neighborhoods

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On Sunday, September 21, 2014, Stephanie Pollack presented at the 2014 Rail~Volution Equitable TOD Symposium on what it takes to create great equitable places near transit. Download Presentation (PDF)

Smarter Parking, Better Communities

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On April 8, 2014,  at the Sparking New Ideas conference, Stephanie Pollack discussed smarter parking policy alternatives that create better communities. Download the presentation: Smarter Parking, Better Communities View Video

Broadside: James Stergios and Stephanie Pollack weigh in on Gov. Deval Patrick’s proposal

James Stergios and Stephanie Pollack weighed in on Gov. Deval Patrick’s transportation plan, which comes at an average cost of $1 billion more a year in taxes and fees. It includes big-ticket projects, such as a $1.8 billion commuter rail extension to Fall River and New Bedford known as the South Coast Rail. Watch Video

Creating a Sustainable Transportation System for Massachusetts and Its Communities

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On Sunday, March 2, the Toxics Action Center and Massachusetts Climate Action Network held their annual Local Environmental Action Conference at Northeastern University. Dukakis Center’s Stephanie Pollack was one of the panelists for a packed workshop on Creating a Clean, Efficient Transportation Future. Download Presentation PDF  

Building a Sustainable and Equitable Transportation System

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Stephanie Pollack addressed the Regional Transportation Advisory Council to the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization on February 12, stimulating a discussion about “Building a Sustainable and Equitable Transportation System.”

The presentation first outlined the importance of the key concepts of sustainability, equity and accessibility in regional transportation planning and then proposed ten potential directions that future transportation investment could take that would make the region’s system more sustainable and equitable.

The Toll of Transportation: Understanding and Addressing Latino Travel Needs in Massachusetts

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The ‘Toll of Transportation’ final report was officially released Thursday, November 7, 2013.

We were thrilled to present our findings alongside MBTA General Manager Dr. Beverly Scott at the “Latinos, Climate Change, and Transportation” workshop sponsored by Pueblo Nuevo, a new Latino advocacy organization in Boston.

Boston’s Transportation Opportunities and Challenges

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At the kick-off to the Boston Society of Architects’ Traffic Advisory speaker series, Stephanie Pollack joined Robert Puentes of the Brookings Institution and Dr. Beverly Scott, General Manager of the MBTA, to discuss the economic imperatives and transportation opportunities and challenges facing Boston’s next mayor.

Traffic Advisory Speaker Series: Transportation Today

On October 29, 2013, at BSA Space, Robert Puentes (Brookings Institution); Stephanie Pollack (Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, Northeastern University); and Beverly Scott (Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority; Rail & Transit) discussed Greater Boston’s current state of mobility, focusing on recent advancements, longstanding challenges, and capacity for expansion. Introduced by David Dixon FAIA, this event kicked off the speaker portion […]

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