Transportation Justice

Friday, June 7, 2:30-3 pm PDT on KPFA

Are you free to move about the Bay Area? Reliably? Conveniently? Accessibly? Affordably?

Does it bother you that people with cars can go anywhere they wish at any time, while you cannot? Are you forced to ride for several hours in a paratransit vehicle only to arrive at your destination too late for your appointment, or halfway through the concert?

The Transportation Justice Project wants to help. See their vision statement here.

The East Bay Center for the Blind (EBCB), an organization with deep roots in the disability community, is setting a table where users of the system can provide solutions.

Learn what they are doing and how your voice can be heard from our guests, Daveed Mandel and Jenna Rubin.  The EBCB Transportation Justice Project is sponsored by a grant from the San Francisco Foundation

Produced and co-hosted by Eddie Ytuarte.
Co-host: Sheela Gunn-Cushman.

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