Call for volunteers to help organise the End of Year catch up in Sydney.
Date: 16 December 2023
Time: 10am to 2pm
Location: Centennial park (exact location to be confirmed)
Bring: Families, Friends, furry friends, music, snacks
Activities: Small group ride, live music, good company and banter
Register on the Facebook invite: link
Transport equity is the principle that all individuals, regardless of their socio-economic status, race, disability, age, gender, or other aspects of their identity, should have equal access to safe, affordable, reliable, and efficient transportation options.
Friends of the Earth (FOE) is inviting all groups and individuals who are interested and care about accessible and equitable transport for all, to join Transport Equity Week from 17-23 September 2023 with an action to raise awareness for transportation equity issues. You can sign up for an action here and access the fantastic social media pack.
What does transport equity mean?
Transport equity, also known as transportation equity or mobility justice, addresses the disparities and barriers that certain groups face when trying to access transportation. This can be thought about in 7 broad areas.
Case study - Chatswood and Liverpool.
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"As a parent I want my kids to be able to walk or ride to school and their friend' house safely and easily. That's what Better Streets is here to do - to help communities to ask for streets improvement in their local area"
- Sara Stace, spokesperson for Better Streets