Public Transportation For Whom?

Boston has the oldest transportation system in the nation and is responsible for over million trips a day. Yet, the quality of riders experience is vastly different for those who have a choice to ride versus those who depend on it. Check out the interviews of riders of the Number One bus, a route that travels from Harvard campus in Cambridge to the heart of Boston’s historically black neighborhood in Dudley square.

How can we achieve an equitable public transit system where the burdens and benefits are shared equally?

Thank you to Steven Nutter, Natalie Collarte and Marcy Ostberg for lifting up this common Boston transportation story.

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