Special note about this post: Thanks to Jessica Roberts (of Alta Planning and Design) for compiling and sharing these great resources on equity and being more inclusive in your work. I know many of our clients are tackling these discussions and I thought many of our clients might benefit from these great resources.
Also, a big thanks to the league of American Bicyclists for facilitating the #FutureBike conversation, driving the compilation of these resources.
Academic Studies (peer-reviewed)
Atlanta-Decatur Bike Share Feasibility Study (see pg 24 for discussion of Equity and Bike Share)
Maps and analysis tools
America’s Health Rankings – You can pull statewide data on health disparities
Projects and Campaigns
Major Taylor Bike Festival (Minneapolis, MN)
Guest Post: Who Does Biking Serve? – Jamaal Green via LAB
Is the Bike Movement Too Cynical for Social Justice? – Dr. Adonia Lugo
The Bicicultures Project – Dr. Adonia Lugo
Bicycling and Privilege – Dr. Adonia Lugo
Tampa, Florida: A Case Study in Saddling the Poor With Traffic Violence – Angie Schmitt, StreetsBlog USA
Biking Advocacy and Race: Where’s the Disconnect? – Plurale Tantum
What My Bike Has Taught Me about White Privilege – J. Dowsett
What My Bike Hasn’t Taught Me about White Supremacy – Lewis Wallace
Reinventing Diversity – Howard Ross
Cosmopolis II: Mongrel Cities of the 21st Century – Leonie Sandercock
I hope each of you are able to put these great resources to work in designing your meeting, collaborating with your communities, and working your strategies to increase walking, biking, transit, and other modes of active transportation.