• Infrastructure Is Not Just Roads and Bridges

    Like curb cuts, expanded broadband, clean water systems, improved public transportation.

    NY Times Op-Ed: Infrastructure Is Not Just Roads and Bridges, Angela Glover Blackwell

    NY Times Op-Ed: Infrastructure Is Not Just Roads and Bridges, Angela Glover Blackwell
  • The Curb Cut Effect

    Laws designed to benefit vulnerable groups, such as people with disabilities, often end up benefiting all of society.

    The Curb Cut Effect

    The Curb Cut Effect
  • How better transportation can fight income inequality

    Long-term investment is a critical part of increasing economic opportunity and reducing poverty.

    A Call for Transportation Equity

    A Call for Transportation Equity
  • Why an Equitable Transportation System Matters

    Building an equitable transportation system benefits families, communities, and the economy.

    Transportation for All

    Transportation for All
  • About Us

    The Transportation Equity Caucus is a diverse coalition of organizations promoting policies that ensure access, mobility, and opportunity for all.

    Moving forward together, we're charting a new course for our nation through transportation investments that ensure that everyone can participate and prosper.

  • Featured Resources

    Trump Administration eliminates Local Hire pilot before it can demonstrate results, stripping communities of a crucial tool for job creation.  In August, the US Department of Transportation announced it would discontinue a pilot program allowing for geographic-based hiring preferences in administering federal awards, also known as local hiring. 

    All Aboard! Making Equity and Inclusion Central to Federal Transportation Policy. This report addresses the key issues that comprise the quest for equitable transportation policies in three broad categories: shaping communities, powering the economy, and influencing health. It also summarizes recommendations for the next federal transportation authorization organized around the broader equity questions: Who benefits? Who pays? Who decides?