Join Urban Design Forum and Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development in discussion with Betsy Plum, Robbie Makinen, and Warren Logan on the future of transportation equity after COVID-19.

Public transportation networks are the lifeblood of our cities. Throughout the pandemic, access to transit has been especially necessary for frontline workers that largely live in the neighborhood’s hardest-hit. With the uncertainty of federal aid, many transportation authorities across the country are planning major potential cuts that will leave innumerable riders without service.

For our third Power After the Pandemic dialogue, we welcomed our experts to discuss: How can a transformative recovery strategy redesign transit access and affordability?

Listen back to the conversation below:

 

Guest Policy ↓

The Urban Design Forum promotes conversation between invited civic leaders, designers, developers and advocates. Our digital programming in the Power After the Pandemic series is open to the general public. Forum Fellows are encouraged to invite additional guests to participate. Learn more about becoming a Forum Fellow.

Support ↓

Power After the Pandemic is made possible through the support of Citi, the supporters of the ANHD 10th Annual Community Development Conference, and the Urban Design Forum Director’s Circle. If you are interested to learn more about supporting this program, please contact Daniel McPhee, Executive Director, daniel@urbandesignforum.org

About the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development ↓

ANHD is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to build community power to win affordable housing and thriving, equitable neighborhoods for all New Yorkers. Our members include more than 80 neighborhood-based affordable housing and equitable economic development organizations across New York City, and we use capacity-building, organizing, and policy advocacy to advance our mission.