In this post, we discuss how COVID has spotlighted structural inequalities of all kinds, including who can access public transit and why, and how increasing the availability of trip data would be helpful for advocating for more equitable access to transit.
In this interview, we discuss how differences in transit dependence have been made transparent with the onset of the COVID crisis and how those who have choices in when and how they ride transit can create a safer environment for those who must be on transit at certain times.
If you knew the kind of bacteria that can live on your phone, you’d probably carry it into the shower with you. As clever as we all can be in avoiding contact with gas pumps,
Photo by Mick De Paola on Unsplash In honour of Pride Month 2020, we’re highlighting organizations across Canada that support the LGBTQ+ community. For this post, we have listed organizations that are