Bicycle Equity: Fairness and Justice in Bicycle Planning and Design

October 26, 2016

Hilary Angus is a freelance journalist currently traveling the American west coast by bicycle. She writes about urbanism, sustainability, and the intersection of bicycles and social justice.

“Those who stand to gain the most from increased biccle usage are the communities that are the most disproportionately impacted by bicycle equity - biking in underserved communitiesviolence, health care disparities, and unemployment,” said Oboi Reed, co-founder of Slow Roll Chicago – a non-profit organization which uses social bike rides to foster positive social change in Chicago’s Southside and Eastside – and recognized by the White House as a Champion of Change. “These are, in our cities, communities of color and low-moderate income communities.”

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