Quentin Bullen

Addressing Transportation Inequality in Black Communities

Transportation has played a significant role in driving racial inequality in the United States. Our nation’s infrastructure has often been built at the expense of Black communities, placing many opportunities out of reach. Resources for highways, roads, bridges, sidewalks, and public transit systems have frequently been diverted from Black neighborhoods to benefit predominantly white communities - or even built as physical barriers.

Bridging the Gender Gap in Transportation: Challenges and Solutions

Transportation is often seen as a field dominated by men, but the reality is that women face...

Black History Month: Black Transportation Leaders

This Black History Month, we will reflect on iconic figures like Rosa Parks and Harriet Tubman,...