Bay Area Health in Transportation (BAHT) Upcoming Webinars on displacement, and Complete Streets
Bay Area Health in Transportation (BAHT) webinars return this June and July to discuss displacement among low-income communities of color, and the Bay Area’s Complete Streets policies and active transportation funding.
On Friday, June 13 at 10 am, Dawn Phillips, Program Co-Director for Causa Justa will present the findings and policy recommendations from the new report, “ DEVELOPMENT WITHOUT DISPLACEMENT: RESISTING GENTRIFICATION IN THE BAY AREA.” Written by Causa Justa :: Just Cause with health impact research and data and policy analysis contributed by the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD), Place Matters Team, the report develops a comprehensive definition of displacement and recommends way to combat the displacement of low-income communities of color in the name of development.
On Wednesday, July 16 at 10am, Swati Pande, Research Associate, Safe Transportation Research & Education Center (SafeTREC), UC Berkeley, will present on the findings of a project she conducted with the Safe Routes to School National Partnership on evaluating Active Transportation funding and Complete Streets policies in the Bay Area.
Join us for these exciting webinars!
If you have questions or to get on our list for future announcements, please contact:
Marty Martinez of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership
Chris Lepe from TransForm